In the Torah portion of “Mishpatim” (Exodus 18:1 – 20:23) we read about numerous applications of Jewish civil law.

From monetary law to court-administered capital punishment, it’s all there.

One controversial passage is the famous “eye for an eye” punishment. Is it meant to be taken literally? Has it ever been implemented? What if the perpetrator is already blind?

In this webinar, Rabbi Enkin demystifies this lesser-understood passage and shares a general look into how Jewish civil law is practiced today.