Primacy of Conduct

It must first be clear that, important as subjective feelings are Judaism does not stand or fall by how deeply we think we experience religious stirrings. Neither theology nor emotions will in the run, determine the quality of our lives, our conduct and behavior will

“God is Alive, A Jewish Reaction to a Theological Controvery”

Rabbi Norman Lamm as writtten in 70 Faces: Articles of Fait

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1 Response to Primacy of Conduct

  1. Zach Prensky says:

    This Dvar Torah was left uncompleted. Did it get cut off when you uploaded it?

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