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Innovation and Change in Jewish Thought, from an 18th Century Rabbinic Leader

Innovation.  Development.  Human intelligence.  Human error. How important are these to Jewish thought and practice?  According to Rabbi Arieh Leib Heller, one of the foremost rabbinic authorities of 18th century Poland, they are essential:  intrinsic to the Jewish people and … Continue reading

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