Co-existence, Creativity, and Collaboration: Methodological Teachings of the Halakhic Dispute
Dani Segal / November 13, 2013
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Considering the sweep of diverse halachik opinions in Jewish tradition, the necessity of reaching absolute conclusions often required creative negotiation among competing views. With this tension in mind - how would Tosafot have approached a particular sugya in the Talmud, and how does this dichotomy play out between different segments of contemporary Israeli society?
Dani Segal has taught in the June Kollel and continuing education program at Drisha. He attended the Hesder Yeshiva, Har Etzion and served in the IDF as a paratrooper. He has a BA in Hebrew Literature from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, rabbinic ordination from the office of the Chief Rabbinate of Israel, and is pursuing an M A in Hebrew Literature from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is the Community Rabbi of the Yishuv Alon - a heterogeneous Israeli community committed to secular-religious coexistence. He is a founding member of Ein Prat Academy of Leadership, an educational secular-religious program for pre and post army participants, and is the founder and director of Desert Premarital Retreats- specializing in communication in marriage. Click here to access podcasts recorded by Dani Segal.