Adler, Joshua J.
January 2008
Jewish Bible Quarterly;Jan-Mar2008, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p25
Academic Journal
The article discusses the accommodations of Torah and Rabbinic with the human nature. It reveals that the regulations in the Torah aims to control the tendencies of natural man and to develop the spirituality of the Jewish-nation-to-be. The article cites various examples regarding the Torah's concessions to human nature. Accordingly, Rabbinic continued the trend of making concessions to human nature. The law of Pessah says a person must not be in possession of hametz throughout the seven days.


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