Rogatchover Gaon Does Not Cease To Amaze



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    Rogatchover Gaon Does Not Cease To Amaze

    Rabbi Joseph Rosen, commonly known as the Rogatchover Gaon, passed away in 1936, but his legacy lives on, and despite the 80 years that passed since his passing, new writings of his are discovered every year, creating a sensation in the Torah world ● The new volume of novellae (Pilpulim) from the students of the Central Lubavitch Yeshiva – 770, released this week, includes a responsa from the Gaon is printed ● Full Story, Download

    Rabbi Joseph Rosen, commonly known as the Rogatchover Gaon, passed away in 1936, but his legacy lives on, and despite the 80 years that passed since his passing, new writings of his are discovered every year, creating a sensation in the Torah world.

    In the new volume of novellae (Pilpulim) from the students of the Central Lubavitch Yeshiva – 770, titled “Halelu Avdei Hashem” Vol. 2, published by the Hanhala of the Yeshiva earlier this week, includes a new responsa from the Gaon to the Chabad Rabbi Yehoshua Nemotin, in which the Gaon dissects and analyzes the laws of marriage, discussing a case when a married woman comes forward and claims that she has obtained a divorce in a different city, but has no proof to back it up.

    The volume also includes the rulings of the Mitteler Rebbe on the laws of divorce, and a letter from the above-mentioned Rabbi Nemotin, in which he presents the Rebbe Rashab with a solution to a pressing problem in the cemetery of the city of Lubavitch.

    Sefer Pilpulim 770 – Halelu Avdei Hashem Vol. 2

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