The traditional name of a place of higher Torah learning is a “yeshiva,” literally a place of sitting. Too many of our religious institutions today focus on stability – on sitting still and maintaining the status quo. Long hours of study can paralyze the progress of Jewish thought. But it doesn’t have to...

Read more of this article by Alieza Salzberg, co-director of Yeshivat Talpiot at eJewishPhilanthropy.com



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