Rabbi Wayne Allen: The Term ‘Halakhah’ and Its Implications for Jewish Life

Lecture in Memory of Rabbi Professor Saul Lieberman, z”l

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Rabbi Wayne Allen, author of the 2009 book, “Perspectives on Jewish Law and Contemporary Issues” explores Professor Lieberman’s analysis of the origin of the term Halakhah in a talk entitled "The Term ‘Halakhah’ and Its Implications for Jewish Life"

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