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New Essay: Vaccines, Hysteria and Rabbinic Responsibility

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How are we to frame our thinking about the current wave of anti-vaccine hysteria that has reached a small but vocal number of Orthodox Jews? How might we learn about a response from our rich Jewish intellectual heritage? Perhaps by turning to a small sefer written by a long-forgotten rabbi and published in London over two-hundred and thirty years ago.

To read this essay published in The Lehrhaus, click here.

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