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Law in Judaism

What is the difference between mishpat (judgment) and tzedek (righteousness)?

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Anonymous Brooklyn, NY March 6, 2011

I'm waiting Why did your videos stop coming out I love them. You have talent! please continue sharing it with us. Thank you!!! Reply

Maria Martinez Monte Vista, Colorado February 2, 2011

LAW IN JUDAISMSM Enjoyed the video. Thank you Rabbi Greenberg. Reply

david palm beach gardens, fl January 16, 2011

go Rabbi Greenberg! thank you for your hard work! Reply

Anonymous NY January 6, 2011

post more Gems! thanks post more Gems! thanks Reply

Anonymous ny via January 6, 2011

post more! thanks Great gems! Please post a lot more. Reply

joe ny January 2, 2011

nice! Reply

Anonymous NY January 2, 2011

poignant and intelligent law This idea about law and kindness is poignant and intelligent. Well done Reply

Debbie Bayer Agoura Hills, ca December 19, 2010

Well Done! Thank you, Rabbi!!
So happy to see you launch your gift of teaching onto the internet where those of us outside of Palo Alto can benefit!
Now, could you please have the transcripts of your talks edited into a book? That way I can pass on your "Gems" to my children and friends, and have access to them on shabbos!
Best wishes! Reply

Larah Almeda Arzanah December 18, 2010

I very much appreciate the rabbi’s ability to translate Biblical text into concise communication that I can use, understand and learn from. Thank you. Reply

Dr. Steven Weinberg Austin , Texas December 18, 2010

Sound Philosophy The Gems are clear, powerful and succinctly capture sound Jewish philosophy. I love theme.

Thank you reb Dov and

Please keep them coming! Reply

Mark Adler from Chicago,now in Dallas Dallas, TX December 17, 2010

Absolutely Love This Rabbi ! His short, content-rich, profound, and instructive videos are bringing back excitement of being Jewish, of loving my Jewish brethren, and of our incredible heritage. Wow. You are super. Keep up fantastic work. And, now to give you a complement: the tie is really nice. Reply

Anonymous Vermont December 16, 2010

very important lesson! Thank you for sharing "Law in Judaism" . Even though I'm not Jewish, your lesson is very important for people wanting to learn how to make this world a better place to live! Reply

Anonymous LA December 16, 2010

BRILLIANT i have nothing to say except "BRILLIANT". Reply

Anonymous December 16, 2010

Wow, Profound! Wow, Profound! Reply

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