Rabbi Josh Yuter takes on the controversial topic of "Gedolim" by meticulously unpacking its numerous rhetorical assumptions and implications.
Category: Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava
Rabbi Yuter concludes the segment on Saul Lieberman and the Orthodox discussing attributions of Saul Lieberman's scholarship and the failed attempt at creating a beit din with Conservative and …
Rabbi Yuter's Politics of Exclusion class returns, examining the hareidi reaction to Saul Lieberman
Rabbi Yuter's Politics of Exclusion segment on Saul Lieberman continues with a specific charge against Saul Lieberman, his response, and concludes with a game changing twist.
Rabbi Josh Yuter starts a new section in his Politics of Exclusion series discussing the Orthodox reaction to Saul Lieberman after accepting his position at JTS.
Having discussed R. Moshe Feinstein's antipathy towards Conservative and Reform Rabbis, Rabbi Yuter considers R. Moshe Feinstein's attitude toward non-observant Jewish masses.
Rabbi Yuter's Politics of Exclusion series continues with a discussion of R. Moshe Feinstein's opinions related to the conversions of Conservative Jews.
Rabbi Josh Yuter's Politics of Exclusion class continues with a discussion of R. Moshe Feinstein's opinions regarding the halakhic status of weddings and marriages of Reform and Conservative Rabbis.
Rabbi Yuter's Politics of Exclusion Class continues with an examination of R. Moshe Feinstein's responsa / teshuvot regarding Conservative and Reform Judaism.
In a special class in honor of Yom Haatzmaut, Rabbi Yuter explores Rabbinic perspectives regarding the land of Israel, including those from Babylonian sources.