Rabbi Enkin explores many intriguing aspects and laws of divorce in Judaism.
The Torah portion of “Ki Teitzei” (Deut. 21:10–25:19) is packed with mitzvot (commandments)! Among them is a mitzvah which we hope to never fulfill: divorce.
Torah law understands that couples are not always compatible and after making a strong effort to make a marriage work, divorce may be the only option.
When is divorce justified? What is the legal procedure for a Jewish divorce? What can be said about the awful plight of the “agunah” – a woman who is locked into a non-existent marriage?
Rabbi Enkin provides the answers to these questions and explores other intriguing aspects and laws of divorce in Judaism.
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