Open Orthodoxy Update, Parshas Miketz

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6 Responses

  1. Chochom b’Mahnishtaneh says:

    The best part is that Ysosscher makes a bracha of משנה הבריות on these different politicians. Everyone knows that is hardly an endorsement of such people as the saying is typically used. The Brocha is made on exceptionally odd creations. He wrongly interprets it to mean that Hashem gave wisdom to varied people.

    This is just completely odd. So much so that the we surely would say this on Ysoschor, rather than שחלק מחכמתו ליראיו for a number of reasons.

  2. Steve Brizel says:

    The more things change the more they stay the same especially with respect to OO and their rationalization and defense of that which cannot and should not be rationalized or defended

  3. D says:

    Its k’das moshe not k’daas. Am haaretz.

  4. lacosta says:

    if Yavan is choshech , what are these sad people ? seems two analogies–

    1. mityavnim- total adopters of Gentile culture practice and theology

    2. yeravam ben navat—- their glorious meisit umeideach ancestor, who mishna Sanhedrin informs us of his eternal reward

    a PR campaign is quite appropriate for Yeshiva Maharat, since this is an issue of selling a defective product to the Jews on the margins. I am sur eit plays in Peoria….

  5. Chochom b'mahnishtaneh says:

    It is not K’das, or K’daas, Moshe Vyisroel. It is das yevonis.

    You must follow the OO agenda if you are reimagining Halacha to consider singing with women at a bar K’das Moshe.

  6. Chacham B’mahnishtaneh says:

    I mean to refer to a proposal which more than just presumtively will result in mishkav zachar. And to do so, so publicly at a venue which glorified the shameful.

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