well , new cool aid the maluchim version of why the malach was distanced from lubavitch , is because he the malach continuously complaing to the Reshab that his son is immersed in seforim chizsoinin
MalachYou nrver tought that maybe the cool aid drinkers are on the malochim side, unless angels dont drink anything, especially no cool aid...
page 173, barry spills the beans
There are a few sources outside Chabad, including someone who learned in Lubavitch of old, that attest that the Rayat"z was well versed in Haskalla literature. Historians also claim that the source of Rayatz's history of early chassidus was influenced by secular historians of his day.
THREAD ON THE KINNUS?Y.H.M
Historians also claim that that the source of of part of the torah was influenced by other cultures of the day.. afra lepichem!
I was on the verge of purchasing this book when I noticed another book by Rabbi Dalfin that, based on the synopsis by Rabbi Dalfin, I found grossly unfair to Rabbi Dr. David Berger. I am not a Lubavitcher and I read Dr. Berger's book objectively. Dr. Berger is clearly pained by that which he has written. He has no vendetta against Lubavitch. Any normal person can see that. There is much shtus within the Lubavitch circles, and its their own fault. Alright, so you guys take it personally and lash out at Dr. Berger, but he makes a very good argument. The book looks interesting and I do want to buy it, but now I wonder if Rabbi Dalfin is also nuts. Instead of lashing out at Dr. Berger, you guys should look in the mirror.
if you'd take the time to read Rabbi Dalfin's book of which you say he also sounds nuts, you'll see he [presented a fair argument. He showed both sides of the coin without taking a position. This is true scholarship. Berger was judgmental and Dalfin wasn't, which is better?Dalfin's latest book was endorsed by two leading academians and he presents an "insiders" view. If this isn't important to you, so be it.My advise: put aside your emotions and passing of judgment and buy the bok.
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