Audio Lectures

Forbidden Foods: Bishul Akum and Stam Yavnam

Posted November 14, 2007

The Talmud records that that certain foods prepared by non-Jews are not allowed to be eaten, even though the ingredients are kosher, due the risk of assimilation and intermarriage. Do these laws apply today/ This lecture will explore the evolution of these laws and their application in modern times where assimilation and intermarriage remain a serious concern.
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