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This week’s Torah portion is “Noah” (Genesis 6:9-11:32) – a real favorite!

It wasn’t until after Noah and his family left the ark, that humans were permitted to slaughter animals and eat meat.

In this webinar, Rabbi Enkin will take a close look at the Jewish view of vegetarianism vs. eating meat. “To eat or not to eat” – that is the question!

Is vegetarianism a legitimate Jewish lifestyle? Is it moral – or immoral – to eat meat? Does the Torah ever actually obligate us to eat meat?

Although there’s no denying that Jews and meat have a “loving relationship,” this class will take a balanced look at both sides of the issue.