Submitting to divine religious authority in a world of personal autonomy: The challenge of choice
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R. Aharon Lichtenstein once wrote, “On the one hand, he [the modern Orthodox Jew] recognizes – both as a matter of a priori inherent necessity and in light of relevant sources – that authority, and submission to it, is critical. […] On the other hand, the typical modern Orthodox Jew bridles at the thought of constricting his autonomy. […]”[xxiv] What can be done toward helping this individual resolve her or his dilemma? Nothing less than the future of a strong, viable Jewish community in America is at stake. (from Conclusion)
Schacter, J. J. (2010, August). Kol Hamevaser. Student Organization of Yeshiva and the Torah Activities Council, Stern College for Women.
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