Rebel with a cause

Rabbi David Hartman (1931-2013)

By MORDECHAI BECK
March 6, 2013 12:00
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Rabbi David Hartman 521. (photo credit: COURTESY SHALOM HARTMA N INSTITUTE)

 
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If one word were used to describe Rabbi David Hartman it would be passionate. His explosive energy was apparent in everything he wrote, in the way he spoke, in the way he conducted himself.

He was a fighter, as he himself said, “If you don’t fight for the Torah, you’ll lose it.” And it was not a one-time-only fight, but an ongoing struggle, for the challenges were always there, always to be confronted.

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