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another question ayrity

Posted by judy1 on January 12, 2005, at 12:23:49

In reply to Re: The Jewish Faith?, posted by ayrity on January 11, 2005, at 22:24:48

since you've been so gracious in your answers, I would like to take advantage :-) I've met Jesuits and rabbis who are true students of faith, and admire their commitment. You mentioned that to ask questions is a hallmark of the Jewish faith- is that akin to a crisis of faith (you can tell I have a Catholic background)? or is that more in the line of broadening one's knowledge? And is the study of the Talmud the most important aspect of understanding (that may have been on the site, sorry if I missed it)? and if it is, I imagine one must have a complete knowledge of Hebrew- would rabbis of all branches of Judaism (orthodox, conservative and reform) have this knowledge?
thanks again for your patience- judy




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