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Does God Belong At Work?
Rabbi Yosef Kanefsky writes: To fully appreciate how high the stakes were, it’s necessary to realize that the scoffers were not merely challenging Moshe’s particular abilities as a spiritual architect. They were challenging the very premise of the entire religious … Continue reading
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