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Toevah

An “abhorrence” or “abomination”

Remarrying Your Ex-Wife

Why can’t a man remarry his wife once she has been married to someone else?

Dr.

Eve Levavi Feinstein

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Regarding Azazel and Homosexuals in the Same Parasha

Reading Acharei Mot (“After the Death”) as an opportunity for infusing life into the biblical text.

Dr.

Shawna Dolansky

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Male Homosexual Intercourse Is Prohibited – In One Part of the Torah

A polyphonic approach to reading the Torah

Dr. Rabbi

David Frankel

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Sacrificing a Lamb in Egypt

When a Temple of Yahu Stood Near a Temple of Khnum

Prof.

Jan Assmann

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Dr. Rabbi

Zev Farber

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What Does Deuteronomy Say about Homosexuality?

“Let there be no kadesh among the sons of Israel. You shall not bring the fee of a harlot or the pay of a kelev (dog?) into the house of YHWH” (Deut 23:18-19).

Dr. Hacham

Isaac S. D. Sassoon

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Shepherds and Eating with Hebrews: An Abomination to the Egyptians?

Prof.

Jan Assmann

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Dr. Rabbi

Zev Farber

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