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Machloket (Torah Debate)

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Machloket (Torah Debate): (lit. "debate" or "dispute"); in Torah, a dispute between two differing opinions on a legal interpretation
The Jewish obsession with arguments
How can we rely on these rabbis if they can’t even agree with one another?
There are so many differences of opinion as to what happened and what it means--how can they all be right?
Why are there two Talmuds? And why is the "Babylonian Talmud" considered more authoritative than the "Jerusalem Talmud"?
Differing customs reflect the multiplicity of ways of relating to G‑d that characterize our people.
Question: I have noticed that people place the mezuzahs on their doorposts on an angle. Is there a reason for this? Reply: Yes, indeed. In Ashkenazic tradition, the top of the mezuzah is inclined towards the inside of the room, and the bottom towards the ...
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