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Freedom of Religion and Freedom of Thought

Ten Levels of Freedom: Part 3

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Ten Levels of Freedom: Part 3: Ten Levels of Freedom: Part 3

The freedom of religion and the freedom of thought are compared to the sefirot of Chochmah (wisdom) and Binah (understanding) respectively, while the "freedom of opinion" is compared to Da'at (knowledge.)
Kabbalah, Freedom; Independence

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Yona January 12, 2019

Does Judaism believe in freedom of religion? I have not watched all the videos on this page; I just came across it now. But I would like to just ask this question? Does Judaism believe in freedom of religion? Reply

Eliezer Zalmanov for Chabad.org March 10, 2019
in response to Yona:

I do recommend watching at least some of the videos to get a deeper understanding of the concept, but the quick answer is that Judaism believes in the individual's right to choose, even if it is a wrong choice. Reply

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