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Refugees, Migrants and Foreign Spirits

Parshah Curiosities: Mishpatim

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Refugees, Migrants and Foreign Spirits: Parshah Curiosities: Mishpatim

The wide range of mitzvot found in Parshat Mishpatim includes an admonition to treat foreigners preferentially, for “you yourself were foreigners in Egypt.” But why should personal refugee history be the reason to treat a stranger appropriately? Shouldn’t the right thing be done regardless of past experiences? Join us for this profound and timely teaching that seeks to solve a biblical mystery while introducing inspiring secrets about righteous converts, and the ancient sacred souls they successfully lay claim to.
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Conversion (to Judaism); Convert, Mishpatim

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Chana Finman OAK PARK February 9, 2021

Rabbi Kaplan's class about Converts, parshas Mishpatim, immigration etc, was intricate, specific, entertaining, and uplifting. I really appreciate your research and delivery. Reply

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