Thursday, June 21, 2012

Parshat Korach - Suffering for the Sins of Others. And Non-Orthodox Jews.

Audio Shiur:
Parshat Korach - Suffering for the Sins of Others. And Non-Orthodox Jews.

Do we suffer for the sins of others - including our great-grandparents? Are non-Orthodox Jews really considered Jewish at all? Let's Rav Baruch Halevi Epstein, the author of the Torah Temimah and another work called Tosefet Brachah, what he thought over a hundred and fifty years ago.

Editor's (who's also the author) note: In the shiur, I state (mistakedly) several times that the Netziv was the author of the Tosefet Brachah. Several people took the time to correct me, noting that Tosefet Brachah was written by Rav Baruch Halevi Epstein, also the author of Torah Temimah. Thanks!) 

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