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Judaism may be defined as 'the culture of a people, a people for whom the idea of statehood is important, and who in the past have existed as a nation in their land, or have enjoyed a large measure of communal autonomy in foreign lands' (Alexander, 1984, p. 11). Rabbinical Judaism is the form of Judaism as we know it today. Within this form of Judaism we have a central role, a Rabbi. The Rabbi is the personification of the Torah and the authority the Rabbi has, comes from the close union that they have with the Torah. As the living role of the Torah, the Rabbi is a role model for all…
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