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The Torah Learning Library of Yeshivat Chovevei Torah

Category: Machshava/Jewish Thought

Taking Back Modern Orthodox Judaism

by Rabbi Asher LopatinPosted on January 3, 2017

Modern Orthodoxy as it developed in 20th-century America was dynamic, vibrant, challenging, and filled with new insights into Judaism. This was made possible not by taking in the values of modernity wholesale but by maintaining a positive attitude toward those values and not opposing them merely because they were foreign.…

Rabbi Asher Lopatin’s Knesset Remarks

by Rabbi Asher LopatinPosted on December 30, 2016

Honorable MK Elazar Shtern, MK Aliza Lavie, Chairman Natan Sharansky, Rabbis, Rabbaniot, and all who are leaders and thinkers: Israel’s Law of Return: Sometimes we in the Diaspora ask, does the State of Israel, the Jewish State, really believe in and support the Law of Return. …

The Chosen People

by Rabbi Shalom CarmyPosted on December 9, 2016

Educating Towards Free Will (Hebrew)

by Rabbi Dr. Yehuda BrandesPosted on December 9, 2016

What Are the Differences Between Messianism and Zionism? (Hebrew)

by Rabbi Dr. Yoel Bin-NunPosted on December 9, 2016

The Kuzari’s Conception of God

by Rabbi Dr. Dov WeissPosted on December 9, 2016

M. Wyschograd, Confrontation and Jewish-Christian Dialogue

by Rabbi Dr. David BergerPosted on December 9, 2016

Free Will and Its Limits in Ramban’s Thought

by Rabbi Chanoch WaxmanPosted on December 9, 2016

History and Messianism in the Thought of Rav Kook

by Rabbi Francis NatafPosted on December 9, 2016

Holocaust Theology and Its Pitfalls

by Rabbi Nathaniel HelfgotPosted on December 9, 2016

Free Will and Worshipping God: Hasidism, Rav Nahman of Bretslav and Rambam

by Dr. Biti RoiPosted on December 9, 2016

Rambam and R. Yehuda ha-Levi on Jewish Power

by Rabbi Dr. David FlattoPosted on December 9, 2016