peterkirk at qaya.org
Fri Aug 13 08:58:14 EDT 2004
On 13/08/2004 13:24, Shoshanna Walker wrote:
> That is not true at all. Some Jews may have forgotten, but most of
> the Jews I know, know without a doubt that the Torah (written and
> oral) contains within it all knowledge, past present and future, and
> that the law it contains is DAVKA for the purpose of connecting
> ourselves with that holiness.
For the benefit of us goyim (= non-Jews), what exactly is DAVKA? The
word is familiar to me only as the name of a Hebrew word processing package.
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