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Milk and Meat

Do Not Cook a Kid Still Suckling Its Mother’s Milk

The original biblical prohibition before it was interpreted to forbid cooking or consuming meat and milk together.

Prof.

Stefan Schorch

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Why Chicken and Cheese Became Prohibited

But Chicken and Egg Remained Permitted

Dr.

Jordan D. Rosenblum

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Prohibition of Meat and Milk: Its Origins in the Text

A bold interpretation of the verse “do not cook a kid in its mother’s milk,” from medieval commentator Bekhor Shor (12th cent. CE) leads to an intriguing academic explanation of inner-biblical exegesis charting the development of the mitzvah. 

Dr. Rabbi

Zev Farber

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Accepting the Torah through the Prism of Chaos Theory

Illustrating four aspects of Shavuot from critical and traditional perspectives.

Dr. Rabbi

Jeremy Rosen

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