Ki Teitzei

Ki Teitzei: Leave G-d Out of It

September 04, 2014 By: Rabbi Jay Kelman
For the religion that first brought the message of ethical monotheism to the world, Judaism sure does its best to have us lead much of our daily lives as if there were no G-d, strange and heretical as this may sound. Principles such as "we may not rely on miracles" (Pesachim 64b), "in the ways of G-d, why do you concern yourself?" (Brachot 10a), or "It [Torah] is not in heaven" (Devarim 30:12), mandate us to...
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