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The Chabad Response to the Enlightenment

Rabbi YY Jacobson & Professor Eli Stern on The Legacy of Chassidisim for Modern times

1 hr 58 min

Professor Eliuahy Stern (right) and Rabbi YY Jacobson

Class Summary:

On Yud Tes Kislev 5773, December 3 2012, at Yale University Jewish Society. Rabbi YY Jacobson & Professor Eli Stern discussed the legacy of Chassidisim for modern times and the Chabad response to the Enlightenment.

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    Michael -6 years ago

    very very insightful

    thanks so much. Great stuff!

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  • Anonymous -6 years ago

    tonight

    No fabrengen?

     

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    Elie -9 years ago

    NU Ad Mosai !!!!

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    chana -11 years ago

    looking forward
    really looking forward to seeing the lecture. i am inspired for weeks months and sometimes years by these talks. A lichtige Chanuka to us all

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    dovid -11 years ago

    Appreciate the work

    I appreciate the work and effort that goes into these presentations, and thank the entire dedicated 'TheYeshiva.Net' team weekly/constantly, standing ready at attention, lending your shoulders to Moshiach's holy work to unfold the Geulah Sholaima... Chazak U'Boruch!

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    channah leah -11 years ago

    time since creation seeming 'paradox' between Torah and science
    Yashar koach Kol HaKavod @Rabbi Yosef Yitxchak

    p s c/o e.g. Gerald Schroeder paradox of age of world = matter of whether point of view is from outset compared to present looking rearwards, factoring in relativistic principles ... excuse me that one may refer one to this source, apparent time is related to rate of movement ... first day turns out to look as several billion years from our naive point of view - when looking from initiation, corresponds to a day ... as rate decreases, days are shorter yet relativistically ... the calculations concur fascinatingly enough - the year 5773 corresponds to our appreciation of the time since Creation from our perspective! pls excuse my limitations and errors are mine -> recommend rxplore Schroeder's treatise - re next to ultimate question :-) Todah Rabbah to ALL  Shalo*m uvracha v'Chag Sameach l'Kulam

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    anonymous -11 years ago

    question on paradox between science and torah
    The Paradox used in this question is not real because Hashem created the world already fully created ( meaning didnt plant one egg, had chickens like they were for thousands of years) so it can give the impression that its billions of years old

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    CD -11 years ago

    Shema
    Deuteronomy 6:4 not 11

    Leviticus 11 is about kosher...not Yom Kippur




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Yud Tes Kislev Lecture at Yale University Jewish Society

Rabbi YY Jacobson

  • December 3, 2012
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  • 19 Kislev 5773
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Dedicated by Feivish and Tamar Pewsner in the loving memory of Shifra bas Reb Meir Simcha Chein, in honor of her Yartzeit, 19 Kislev

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