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Heresy

Allegorizers of Torah and the Story of Their Prosecution in Languedoc (1305)

The attempt of the great Catalonian Sage, Rashba, to limit philosophic study and interpretation of Torah in Languedoc (southern France)[1] and to excommunicate one of its well-known practitioners, Levi ben Avraham ben Hayyim of Villefranche-de-Conflent.

Dr.

Gregg Stern

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The Potential Contribution of the Allegorical Interpretation of Tzimtzum to the Dilemma of Post-Liberal Theology

Prof.

Tamar Ross

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The Song of the Well, Psalm 136, Was Removed from the Torah

R. Yehudah HaChasid Radical Suggestion

Dr. Rabbi

Zev Farber

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The Exodus Story Is an Outer Garment

Rabbi

Herzl Hefter

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Heretics, Mystics and Abraham's Mother

Rabbi

David D. Steinberg

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“Cursed Is One Who Does Not Uphold the Words of This Torah”?

The anomalous and paradoxical nature of the twelfth curse (Deuteronomy 27:26).

Rabbi

Uzi Weingarten

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Must We Have Heretics?

Prof.

Menachem Kellner

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