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  1. Pam Larson Knowing Gawd through his word day by day@wordpress.com July 25 2 Chronicles 34 -36

    Pam’s blog offers but only a retelling of Biblical tales. Her blog retells old stories … as if ignorant Goyim just learned how to read a book. With no commentary, the question stands: what does ancient tales concerning the long dead kingdom of Yechuda have to due with Xtian faith, spirituality, and their Gawd awful avodah zarah? Her blog —– completely silent, it even prevents comments or questions.

    First year yeshiva students within the study halls of baali t’shuva Yeshivot across Israel, duplicate this rote like instruction called שקלא וטריא. Roughly translated as negotiations or debate. But this translation fails to validate the rote style of memorization of the page of Gemara made by young Yeshiva students, who most recently broke their teeth and learned how to read a page of Gemarah. Learning how to learn Gemarah takes years, hundreds upon hundreds of hours, sitting with close rabbinic instruction … and even then the vast majority of Yeshiva bochim, they fail to grasp the Big Picture across the board interconnections which define the nature of all the Primary Sources contained within the Jewish masoret\traditions.

    In my early years as a Yeshiva bocher, endured this primitive style of baby learning at Ohr Sma’ach in Jerusalem. But after about 8 months, completely disgusted, (both the rabbis of that institution and myself), we mutually thought it wise for us to part company. Moved to D’var Yerushalim and their met Rav Aaron Nemuraskii and rabbi Waldman. These two rabbis truly imprinted upon me, a unique sh’itta of learning, which years later would develop into the style of learning by which this blog interprets all Torah Primary sources. Development of an across the board sh’itta of how to systematically learn and interpret the Masoret, permanently changed my life.

    Neither of these seminal, highly influential rabbis, at all interested in rote שקלא וטריא narishkiet\non sense. Their repudiation of rote learning shaped how much later, their student – myself – would develop a harsh and critical view of Reshonim commentary scholarship made on T’NaCH, Midrash, Talmudic, and Siddur Primary sources of Yiddishkeit; the dogmatism of current rabbis beliefs touching ירידת הדורות totally disgusts me. It reminded me of the Nazi Untermensch propaganda which Europeans used as a crutch to justify the attempt to systematically exterminate the Jewish people from all Europe and Russia.

    View most Reshonim scholarship as an expression of failure. Specifically the short comings of rabbinic leadership to check and prevent Jewish assimilation throughout the long g’lut within Europe and Islamic countries. This blog tends to isolate the scholarship of the “Untermensch” Rambam as contrasted by the far superior French school of Talmudic scholarship, the Rashi and Baali Tosafot commentaries made upon the Talmud and Chumash (Torah commentaries). The bane of my existence personally, it goes hand in hand together with Jewish societies throughout history; we share an identical destiny as a whole.

    Nothing has caused more destruction and distress than assimilation to non brit cultures and customs. Assimilation where the Jewish people “ape” the manners, customs and ways of peoples and societies who never accepted the revelation of the Torah @ Sinai & Horev; while at the same time losing all contact and knowledge of the Cohen civilization which accepts to this day the revelation of the Torah at Sinai and Horev every time we accept the ‘Yoke of Heaven’ … when we say kre’a shma evening and morning respectively.

    During my first year learning as a ‘baali t’shuvah’, in a Yeshiva on the outskirts of Har Nof, a Chabad Yeshiva, (The kindness, and generosity of the folk of that community I always remember with a profound sense of gratitude.), the rabbinic teachers, while very nice and supportive, their shallow understanding of how to interpret the Siddur greatly distressed me. Then came the Rebbe as Moshiach narishkeit, this ‘final straw’, combined with my own personal failures to due t’shuvah, severed my relations with Chabad chassidus.

    It took the great merits of my wife Karen, to cause me to bow my head and accept\grasp the responsibility for my failure to due t’shuvah. This obligation rests fully upon my own shoulders. In matters of t’shuvah, all fingers point to myself. The responsibility to due t’shuvah rests solely within my own heart. T’shuvah, this great mitzva which defines the k’vanna of tefillah; it likewise and equally defines that moment wherein HaShem asked Adam why he ate from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. The aggadic story of Adam in the garden, this mussar defines and shapes the total k’vanna of the mitzva דאורייתא of t’shuvah, for all generations of bnai brit, unto all eternity in time.

    Xtianity, does not limit its rejection of the Oral Torah, but equally rejects the Written Torah. The bible perversion of Old and New Testaments serves as a primary witness which the above accusation makes; and which this blog submits unto the judgment of the reading audience. Even with the most casual of observations, it becomes immediately obvious that the Mishna, (how much more so its Gemarah commentary), has made a radical and drastic change in both style and content when compared to the much earlier T’NaCH sources. This most apparent of distinctions, caused the counterfeit New Testament supporters to decide they had absolutely no interest or need to learn from rabbinic sources which produced Talmudic, Midrashic, and Siddur sources.

    This profound error of judgment serves witness that the new testament counterfeit shares no “graft of Paul theology” with Yiddishkeit. All Xtian biblical scholarship, not only did they bury or worse burn rabbinic literature which studies the T’NaCH, they radically altered the organization of the structure\organization of all T’NaCH Books. Assimilated Rambam would duplicate this exact error, when he published his 14 volume Yad Hachazakah code of Jewish law. This error caused a profound ירידות הדורות in all generations, both Goyim and Jews, and how their later generations learned both T’NaCH and Talmud with an amputated right arm.

    To reach this astounding conclusion took a gestation period of more than 30 years. Perhaps Rabbi Walman planted the seed of this mussar into my heart when he personally showed me where Rashi disputed an opinion expressed by Onqelos Targum on the Chumash. Remember asking in shock, how Rashi, a Reshon, could argue with a Tanna (a sage who lived before Rabbi Yechuda wrote the Mishna)? By the terms of the modern rabbinic mantra dogma of ירידת הדורות, a later generation could not possibly dispute with an earlier generation!!! Rav Waldman’s t’shuva, have never forgotten. No generation owns a lock & monopoly upon logic. Rashi challenged the logic by which the Tanna Onqelos expressed his opinion.

    Later the dispute between Rashi and the Baali Tosafot over how to learn the 13 middot of Rabbi Yishmael; when I saw in Rashi’s commentary to the NaCH that he learned from his own Gezirah Shava! Realized that Rashi and Tosafot did not dispute with each other, in that famous “dispute” over how to learn the פשט of a page of Gemarah.

    That Rashi’s comment to the Talmud which limited the uses of Rabbi Yishmael’s 13 middot unto a Kal v’Chomer (a fortiori, or major to minor דיוק inference), that it based itself upon the recognition that Rav Ashi sealed the Sha’s Bavli as the permanent masoret of all generations of Israel to this very day! In effect, based upon the sealed Masoret of the Sha’s Bavli, Rashi’s explanation which on the surface, severely limited use of Rabbi Yishmael’s 13 middot of logic … in point of fact, Rashi’s comment makes a critical דיוק, it made an inverse argument. To learn correctly how to learn whether T’NaCH or Talmud, this scholarship requires the skill to know how to make logical דיוקים based upon employment of all of Rabbi Yishmael’s 13 middot of logic. The sealing of the Sha’s Bavli\Yerushalmi,,, this decree made the Talmud the masoret of all generations of Israel.

    Arrived at this conclusion while Rav Aaron personally instructed me on a sh’itta of how to learn, how to learn. Rav Aaron did not teach this sh’itta to his son. This bothered both of us, (his son & myself) for years. Why?

    Rav Aaron, a great חכם, he viewed his talmidim as vessels. Old skins cannot hold new wine. Rav Aaron’s son lived among traditional observant Jewry. Traditional Judaism has developed its own unique dogmatism. The vast majority of Observant Jewry, simply will not tolerate deviation from the dogma of their defined and designated sh’itta of learning. A glaring example: the rabbinic narishkeit which has developed concerning the coming of the Moshiach.

    Not nearly as wise as Rav Aaron, attempted to reveal this sh’itta of learning to Moshe Eli, Karen’s only son. The attempt, it shattered our relationship together. From that time on, Moshe Eli had absolutely no interest what so ever – to learn Torah together with me. This failure to educate Karen’s children, shot straight across the board, Karen’s three daughters likewise viewed my Torah with the deepest of suspicion. They too had no interest to learn Torah through my sh’itta of learning. Herein explains how I personally answer the question of why Rav Aaron revealed the פרדס kabbalah to me and not to his son.

    Rav Aaron understood, at least it appears to me as such, that for me to challenge and harshly criticize Reshonim scholarship made upon T’NaCH and Talmudic Primary sources, not a difficulty for me, seeing that my background came from a socialist non religious almost totally assimilated non Jewish social environment. Perhaps 5 Jewish families lived in Midland Texas, the place of my birth. When Rav Waldman revealed to me that Rashi disputed an opinion taught by the Tanna Onqelos, he did it privately and spoke almost in a whisper. Both חכמים understood, that even in a baali t’shuvah Yeshiva, that most talmidim could not handle this revelation.

    Specifically, Oral Torah consists of Logic rather than Law. That most, if not almost all the post Rambam Reshonim, the Baal Ha’Turim stands out as a very strong example of the difference between his work from that halachic code which his father the Rosh produced. Even Yosef Karo spoke of the Tur commentary in terms almost worthy of contempt when compared to the Rambam and the early Reshonim.

    The Rosh made a precise commentary upon the terse language employed by the Baali Tosafot. The Rosh modeled his sh’itta of learning based upon the Rif. By sharp 180° contrast, both the Tur and Shulchan Aruch “parroted” the gross errors committed the assimilated Rambam רשע. The Rambam did not know, much less follow the logic kabbalah of פרדס – as taught by Rabbi Akiva and all his Talmudic talmidim. Assimilated Rambam organized the structure of his code of law based upon the errors first committed by the Xtian church’s reorganization of the bible & the foreign alien logic developed by that Greek – Aristotle. Assimilation, the first face of avodah zarah, a direct profanation of the 2nd Commandment of Sinai.

    Let’s learn. Contrast Pam’s rote learning of regurgitating T’NaCH sources by comparing her דברי הימים\Chronicles with a sugia in מלכים ב. Specifically מלכים ב כב:א – כג:ל.

    King Yoshiyyahu followed the way of King Shlomo in matters of the beit hamikdash. King David obeyed the mussar given by the prophet Natan and understood that the mitzva to build the beit hamikdash centered upon following the Last Will and Testament of Moshe Rabbeinu, to construct the 6 Cities of Refuge most essentially requires the establishment of the Sanhedrin lateral Common law Federal Courts System. King Yoshiyyahu followed the avodah zarah first established by King Shlomo. Hence when he went to war, HaShem did not war against the Gods worshiped by King Nekho, Par’o of Egypt.

    The Order of Rashi tefillen stands upon the oath brit sworn at Gilgal in the days of the prophet Yehoshua. The faith of this brit oath, that just as HaShem made war against the Gods worshiped by Par’o in the days of Moshe, so too HaShem would make war against the Gods worshiped by the kingdoms of Canaan. Yoshiyyahu suffered total military defeat before the armies of king Nekho. King Shlomo failed to obey the oath brit faith like as did King David. King David, the model by which all Kings of Israel stand in judgment. Concerning the fall of King Yoshiyyahu in the war he waged against Egypt, the sages teach that Israel placed their idols behind their doors. That when Yoshiyyahu made search for avodah zarah in the camp of Israel, that he failed to search behind the opened doors.

    Avodah zarah does NOT, most essentially concern the worship of idols. The sin of the משל ‘golden calf’ requires making the logical דיוק נמשל! Translating the רוח הקודש thirteen Oral Torah middot Spirits whereby a person pronounces the Name of HaShem revealed in the First Commandment of Sinai; herein defines the נמשל דיוק of the Gemarah explanation for the military defeat of King Yoshiyyahu in war … the nation of Israel obeyed the commandments of the king, but not לשמה. When ever the nation of Israel honors HaShem with our lips but not WITHIN our hearts, Israel goes unto g’lut\exile. This mussar, it applies just as much to Jews living in Israel today as it did when the T’NaCH prophets commanded that mussar a long long long time ago.

    Following the sh’itta\methodology ‘ whereby the Gemara makes a search for precedents by which to gauge the k’vanna of a Case\Rule Mishna,,, shall bring a precedent and follow it up with an even closer precedent. יחזקאל יא:יד-יג:ז vs. יד:ב-טז:נ. Learning by the discipline of comparing precedents with even closer precedents does not compare to the childlike stupidity and immaturity of rote learning; line by line, here a little, there a little narishkeit. Mussar does not view the visions of the prophets as history that happened a long long long time ago. The discovery of dinosaur bones does not disturb the mussar of the Creation story.

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