Latest update: December 12th, 2012
Not Convinced By Plaut
New York, NY
Dr. Yaakov Stern
Deputy Director for Research
The Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Can Rabbis Be Wrong? Readers Respond
Though I cited the incident of David and Bat Sheva in my article, the main thrust of the piece was the suggestion that our rabbis retain their greatness even when they’re wrong with regard to science or medicine. This theory was put forth by Avraham the son of the Rambam and seems both plausible and compelling.
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