MEAT AND MAN

August 25th, 2022

Until the conquest of Eretz Yisrael, the only meat eaten by the Jewish nation was from ritual “shelamim” sacrifices offered up in the Mishkan. In Parshat Re’eh, Moses informs the Jewish nation that they are allowed to eat non-sacrifice-related meat. What are the implications of this dispensation? Using his grandfather’s Mikdash Halevi commentary, Rabbi Dunner presents a remarkable backdrop to the whole topic of meat consumption in Judaism.

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