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Saturday, January 08, 2005

Tired of Johnny One-Note?

Our masthead says "and related issues or those which interest our members". We have hundreds of steady viewers for a blog in its infancy, but not as many commentators as we could use to gain some excitement.
If you (yes, you) would like to bring up other issues germane to our main topic, our community, or world Jewish affairs, here is your formal invitation. And if you argue that I'm wrong, that's fine.
Finally, for those who do agree with us, consider printing out a post or two and bringing it to shul (you can leave it anonymously if you like), or putting it on the Rov's shtender.


PS: If you're really good, we'll invite you to become a member and post with us.
One caveat: we'd like to maintain the type of atmosphere that would do us proud if an we were viewed by or quoted to an odom gadol.


4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

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4:46 PM  
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5:21 PM  
Blogger Frummer????? said...

"Finally, for those who do agree with us, consider printing out a post or two and bringing it to shul (you can leave it anonymously if you like), or putting it on the Rov's shtender"

Wow! What have we here?

A frum terrorist!!!

8:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think that the following would be a good topic for your blog, because it's very similiar in some ways to the topic of the Internet. Namely, the current witch hunt against Reb Nosson Slifkin, and other people who believe that science and Torah can be reconciled. This is a similiar situation with vitriolic kol korei's (kolei kriah?), with signatures of many roshei yeshiva and rabbonim who very likely have not read the material themselves and are just being led around by kanoyim. It also is a great example of the marginalization and delegitimization of viewpoints which are very clearly within the mesorah and the realm of normative Torah thought, as proved by many mekoros extending from the rishonim to the previous generation. A good starting point, for those who want to understand the situation, would be:

http://zootorah.com/controversy/controversy.html

1:41 AM  

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