PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

September 8th, 2022

Rabbi Dunner presents an array of beautiful insights regarding two of the mitzvot in Ki Teitzei, using his grandfather’s sefer, Mikdash Halevi. The first mitzva addresses the desire of an active combat soldier to marry a captive girl encountered in the midst of war. The second is about a wayward child. What are the lessons of these obsolete mitzvot for us today?

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