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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-09

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the
Jerusalem editions of the
Talmud, as well as on
Midrashic (biblical commen-
tary) literature. This will
make available material for
research which the great rab-
bis of antiquity could only
have dreamed about.
Anyone who has tackled a
page of Talmud is familiar
with its give and take style, in
which figures that lived cen-
turies apart are engaged in
lively debate. This debating
tone gives talmudic study its
unique sense of immediacy
and vitality, yet it easily
misleads the reader not con-
scious of the specific historic
factors that shaped each
discussants stance.
This is the main taks before
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at the most, had to satisfy
themselves with a few hand-
written documents in their
libraries.
The study of Talmud, as
part of the great heritage
which shaped the Jewish peo-
ple, is part of the standard
curriculum of secular Israeli
high schols. Under the direc-
tion of Dr. Shmuel Glick, the
institute has developed a uni-
que program, sponsored by
the ministry of education, for
the training of qualified
teachers and-for the creation
of quality educational
material for the teaching of
Talmud.
"My long-range goal," says
Glick, is to work with Jewish
educators from around the
world in making the study of
Talmud clear and accessible
to all Jewish students of all
backgrounds and ideologies;
with that knowledge, they
will then be able to actively
give shape to the continuing
dialogue themselves."
Through modern talmudic
academies such as the Saul
Lieberman Institute of
Talmudic Research, the
original goal of the sages who
began the talmudic process
will be fulfilled. As the men
of the Great Assembly
taught: "Establish a
multitude of students."
(Mishna Avoth, 1:1).

present

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