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Should Orthodox Judaism Have Female Rabbis?
Rabbi Gil Student writes in First Things: Women never served as ritual slaughterers, for example, although an actual prohibition was rejected in the Medieval legal literature. Nonetheless, when the question arose of whether a woman could, in actual practice, be … Continue reading
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