PART I The books Hazon Zion and Kol ha-Tor and the Rivlinian myth
1Hazon Zion, a Messianic Zionist movement
2The main ideas of Kol ha-Tor
3Does Kol ha-Tor express a Messianic Zionist doctrine held by the Vilna Gaon
PART II The Vilna Gaon and his disciples as the first Zionists: The evolution of a myth
4Why did the disciples of the Vilna Gaon immigrate to the Land of Israel?
5How did the Rivlinian myth take form?
6Rabbi Menachem Mendel Kasher's Ha-Tkufah ha-Gdolah
7The academic version of the Rivlinian myth
8Did Shlomo Zalman Rivlin receive the text of Kol ha-Tor from Yitzhak Zvi Rivlin?
PART III Additional writings by Shlomo Zalman Rivlin
9Mossad ha-Yesod: The Old Yishuv recast as the beginnings of Zionism
10Midrash Shlomo and the Department for Training Young Orators
11Ha-Maggid Doresh Zion: Rabbi Moshe Rivlin as a "Zionist" leader
12Sefer ha-Pizmonim: Yosef Yosha Rivlin as a "Messianic Zionist visionary
PART IV The creation of Kol ha-Tor
13Who was the author of Kol ha-Tor?
14Shlomo Zalman Rivlin: The man and his literary motives
15The embrace of the Rivlinian myth and Kol ha-Tor in Religious Zionist circles
Appendix: Rivlin family members