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The Purview of a Dayan
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Discussion of two types of arvus – that of Torah teachers, in the abstract, and that of Dayanim, in the sphere of the practical and immediately applicable. Dayanim must be expert not just in Torah, but in world matters too, in order to apply the Torah correctly.   A Dayan must be savvy. Aside from the […]
The Downfall of the Lazy Learner
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There are disastrous consequences of thinking that one is a “player” in explaining and ruling in Torah, if one is not qualified. Explains the insidiousness of thinking that modern perceptions and values are inherently better than classical Jewish ones.   The root of laziness in avodas Hashem is the desire to be one’s own master and […]