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Jewish culture has always expected that even Jewish laypeople be well-versed in their religion.

A Literate Jew

A Literate Jew

A Presentation to Students at Chabad of Binghamton

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A Literate Jew: A Presentation to Students at Chabad of Binghamton

Jewish culture has always expected that even Jewish laypeople be well-versed in their religion.
Education, Torah Study
Rabbi Shlomo Yaffe is a frequent contributor of articles and media to Chabad.org, is Dean of the Institute of American and Talmudic Law in New York, N.Y., and Rabbi of Congregation B'nai Torah in Springfield. Mass. Rabbi Yaffe has lectured and led seminars throughout North America, as well as in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Africa.
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Daniel Kordansky West Hartford, CT December 12, 2010

A Literate Jew Yasher Koach very inspiring Best Wishes Ava and Dan Kordansky Reply

Chad Madison, WI December 11, 2010

This was a great talk. Reply

Richard Raff December 9, 2010

A Literate Jew I have a question about Adam and Eve. What if Adam never asked G-d for a helper? May this be the first question asked to G-d as on record? The ability to ask a question may suggest that life was the creation of G-d but curiosity is the relationship to connect with their true parent and Creator Blessed be His name. I never feel alone, sometimes not complete but never alone. Great talk Rabbi Shlomo Yaffe. You always make me look into the heavens at night or day.

Shalom Reply

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