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Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz Discusses Life and the Study of Torah

Studying the Torah is one of the duties of adult Jewish males. For Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, studying Torah is a way to learn where the “lions” lie in wait and where the “angels” can be found, and allows students to ask questions of everything. Steinsaltz began translating the Babylonian Talmud from ancient Hebrew and Aramaic into Modern Hebrew some 45 years ago. A news video report prepared by Bob Abernethy for Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly, a source for cutting-edge news coverage and analysis of events in the religious world, introduces Steinsaltz and discusses his work translating the Babylonian Talmud.



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