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The Midrash tells us that Moses taught the Torah in Seventy languages, the seventy primary languages of the world. The Talmud relates that when King Talmi asked the sages to translate the Torah into Greek it was deemed a tragedy. What is the tragedy Moses translated it?

Devarim: The Torah In Seventy Languages

Devarim: The Torah In Seventy Languages

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Devarim: The Torah In Seventy Languages

The Midrash tells us that Moses taught the Torah in Seventy languages, the seventy primary languages of the world. The Talmud relates that when King Talmi asked the sages to translate the Torah into Greek it was deemed a tragedy. What is the tragedy Moses translated it?
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Anonymous July 24, 2012

QUESTION DEVARIM TORAH IN 70 LANGUA Rabbi Moshe New, question! In your Devarim the Torah in 70 languages, you said, "to *ask, an *angel, for a jew, is a form of, *idolatry". In light of that, how do you explain, Genesis 32:27?? toda raba good Shabbas. Reply

Richard Stanbery Maysvile, OK May 18, 2012

70 Languages Where in scripture does he base his comment. Reply

Yaacov Bar-Chaiim J-m, Israel April 22, 2010

shiur on 70 Languages R' Moshe -- just came by here to find the source of the 70 languages for an article I'm writing... and was GREATLY impressed. Thank G-d! Thank you and more power to you. I hope to find time to come back and check out your further material. I'd be pleased if you'd like to be in contact. Reply

MY Fettman Brooklyn, NY via chabadbytheocean.com July 16, 2007

I truly enjoyed the website, and will surely return Thank you, Reply

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