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Daily Archives: June 15, 2011
On Jewish Perspective Online, I read Shmuel Safrai’s “The Value of Rabbinic Literature As an Historical Source”. Safrai’s argument is that rabbinic literature accurately reflects realities in the Second Temple Period. This is a controversial proposition. Scholars have disputed that … Continue reading