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Judaism’s Most Profound Teaching

Parshat Mishpatim

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Judaism’s Most Profound Teaching: Parshat Mishpatim

Last week’s parshah describes the majesty of the giving of the Torah, a spiritually life-transforming experience. Why is it followed by the laws of negligent damages?
Mishpatim, Action; Deed

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Henry Grau February 10, 2018

On the third lesson on prayer, Rabbi tells us that Angels were decending up and down the latter. That the angels only do what God instruct them and that unlike humans they have no free will. Ok then what does the Torah tell us about the angels? The Torah tells us that 1/3 of the angels followed HaSatan it also tells us that the Anakim were fallen angels that came down to earth and married women of the human kind. so with this said how can you tell me that Angels do not have free will. Did they not do as they pleased? Reply

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