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Practical Parshah - Mishpatim

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Jewish Courts: Practical Parshah - Mishpatim

The strict prohibition against two Jewish litigants taking their case to secular courts.
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Parshah, Mishpatim

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binh tran fremont, ca February 1, 2011

Mishpatim Thank You Rabbi M. Kaplan for this week teaching, its help me understand the difference between the Sanhedrins court vs. secular court. The Sanhedrins are the men fear of G-d and the other is not. Thank You for great teachings every week. Reply

Anonymous Venice, Florida via January 30, 2011

Jewish Courts I was so inspired with your message. Thank you for explaining the Law of Torah.

It was done in such beautiful~understanding~and loving way. Mishpatim is wonderful! Thank you :) Reply

Kimmie Heard MARIETTA, GA January 27, 2011

Torah I have been studying Torah for about 8 years and you have really brought it to life. You give it it's practical use and implication and I thank Hashem everyday he brought you and your teachings into my life. Thanks so much. Reply

Anonymous petaluma , ca January 27, 2011

Excellent... words to live by and put into action... Reply

wise January 26, 2011

We need Rabbi Mendel to get a twitter acccount Just as the subject says, Please Rabbi Mendel, get a twitter acc., and let us know what it is! Pleeeaaase! Reply

ONE January 26, 2011

So Happy I am So Happy. To here this.
Build with Majesty, and Beauty, The Rabbis, Justice, and Mercy. Creation can't restrain itself much longer. We are longing to be ONE.

Everything will be Perfect as IS OUR FATHER Reply

Richard Raff January 25, 2011

Jewish Courts i would feel much happier to be judged in a Jewish court system, why? Because this makes me feel closer to G-d and that G-d is a merciful G-d. Reply

Each week, Rabbi Mendel Kaplan will delve into that week's Torah reading to bring out a practical lesson for life and explain the Biblical sources for the customs, laws, practices and ethics of our people.
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