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I grew up a Christian, attending Christian schools through high school and attending Bible College for my Associates Degree. In 1998 I began studying the Torah, and I have always found that study to be challenging, encouraging, and engaging.
This section of The Four Questions contains a few of my thoughts about Torah and Judaism, as well as two papers I wrote in college that I think might be an interesting read.
These are the precepts that have no prescribed measure: the corner of a field [which must be left for the poor], the first-fruit offering, the pilgrimage, acts of kindness, and Torah study.
- Mishna, Peah 1:1