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The book of Deuteronomy raises ethical questions central to the Jewish faith. Too often, we learn these Biblical stories as children and never revisit them-or their ethical implications-as adults. The Ethics of Deuteronomy, the fifth and final in the Ethics series, provides further elucidation of these narratives and concepts. Rabbi Dr. Abba Engelberg presents traditional answers, explained in depth, as well as original interpretations, to difficult quandaries, such as: How does the leadership mentioned in Deuteronomy compare with the U.S. Constitution? What is the Jewish attitude towards work? Is the obligation to rest on Shabbat related to a mitzvah to work during the other six days of the week? What role did the manna play in the development of the Jews as a nation? Does Judaism ever believe the ends justify the means? What are the parameters of animal welfare and tza'ar ba'alei chaim in Judaism?
Size: 6" x 9"
Publisher: Kodesh Press L.L.C.
Publish Date: February 21, 2021
The Ethics of Deuteronomy [Hardcover]
By: Abba Engelberg
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