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Moshe Meiselman

Wrong Moshe Meiselman?

Rabbi

Local Address: Jerusalem, Israel
 
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TJF The Search for Truth - Scholar Biographies
www.thejewishforum.org, 13 June 2014 [cached]
Rabbi Aharon Feldman and Rabbi Shlomo Miller wrote articles in defense of the ban, and Rabbi Moshe Meiselman gave three lectures on this topic at Toras Moshe.
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Rabbi Meiselman requested that Rabbi Slifkin remove the lectures from his website, a request to which Slifkin did not acquiesce.
Yesodei HaTorah
www.yesodei.org, 7 April 2014 [cached]
A graduate of the University of Chicago, Rabbi Simkovich received his semicha under the direction of Rabbi Moshe Meiselman, and also studied under Rabbi Yisrael Gustman zt"l, Rabbi Dr. Yizchak Twesky zt"l, and Rabbi Chaim Zimerman zt"l.
Rabbi - Page 2 - Rabbi's Blog
www.ezrabessaroth.net, 6 June 2013 [cached]
Rabbi Breuer accepts many of the interpretive analyses of modern biblical scholarship, but he rejects its historical assumptions, arguing that this type of exegesis is fully reconcilable with the belief in the revelation of the Torah to Moshe at Sinai.
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Although they had already taken as their inheritance the provinces conquered by Moshe in his lifetime, they had promised that they would fight along with the other Jews until all the land had been conquered, only then returning to settle in their own fields. Now that he was preparing for his campaign of conquest, they renewed their pledge: "Whoever rebels against your word and does not heed what you say, whatever you command, will be put to death.
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Rabbi Moshe Meiselman presenting the Haredi position
Rationalist Judaism
www.rationalistjudaism.com, 18 Feb 2014 [cached]
Rabbi Moshe Meiselman, for example, in Torah, Chazal and Science (p. 493) claims that it is forbidden to believe that the world is more than 5774 years old, and further insists that there is no legitimate scientific evidence challenging the Biblical account of creation. His purported rationale for this is that "the laws of nature were different back then. Rabbi Meiselman claims that scientists have no way of knowing otherwise, and that all their conclusions are based on an unproven premise that the laws of nature were always constant.
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And yet Rabbi Meiselman and others would insist that all this presents no reason to believe that the world is any more than 5774 years old - and they insist that it is forbidden to believe otherwise.
I am befuddled by Rabbi Moshe ...
www.jewishpress.com, 11 Dec 2013 [cached]
I am befuddled by Rabbi Moshe Meiselman's insistence that the Talmudic sages were inerrant in matters of science ("New Book By Rabbi Meiselman on Torah, Chazal and Science" (Nov. 29).
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