News Highlights Torah Study for the End of the World: Confronting Mortality

By Matthew Schultz
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“SO LONG AS THE “I” IS CLOSED — CLOSED TO OUR ANCESTORS AND OUR DESCENDANTS; CLOSED TO THE SOIL AND THE SKY; CLOSED TO THE CREATOR AND THE CREATION; THE WORLD AND THE VOID — WE WILL REMAIN AFRAID. THE TORAH OFFERS AN ALTERNATIVE.”

matthew schultzHebrew College rabbinical student and author Matthew Schultz writes this in his piece “Torah Study for the End of the World: Confronting Mortality,” which appeared in the March 23, 2022 online issue of The Jewish Journal.  (Top photo courtesy of The Jewish Journal.)

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