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A Brief History of Rabbinic Ordination (Semicha)
The word rabbi means “my master” in Hebrew. A rabbi is a religious leader of Jewish people. Some rabbis lead congregations (synagogues), others are teachers, and yet others lead informally. Rabbinic ordination is known as semichah. In common parlance, a r...
They were burning with an urge for revenge. “Let us ambush the new rabbi at night and beat him to a pulp,” one suggested.
The beit din still has an important function today.
Some 700 guests from eight nations at the ordination ceremony in New Jersey
The Chabad-affiliated Rabbinical College of America outside of Morristown, N.J., presented certificates to 257 newly ordained rabbis, the majority of whom congregated on Sunday in the leafy suburb with family and friends for what is possibly the largest c...
Great Torah centers, most notably in Eretz Israel, Turkey, and Poland, arose to replace the destruction of the Spanish communities.
Mastering a complex volume overnight
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