This is an article from Hakirah vol 2 Some rabbinic authorities and authors have attempted to portray Orthodoxy as a unified and monolithic collection of viewpoints, such that any dissent is to be characterized as out of the mainstream, if not outright heretical Orthodox Judaism, however, is not homo geneous instead it is comprised of individuals who espouse many different views and defy rigid categorization....
|Title||:||Nekkudot: The Dots that Connect Us (Hakirah Single from Volume 2)|
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