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2:21 PM
It is also mentioned at MY that R' Feinstein was keen on calling conservative and reform rabbis "ראביי." I thought it was his neologism, but I saw this expression at a certain person who most probably didn't have access to his works yet. Is it kosher to ask at MY about the origins of this expression?
 
 
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4:15 PM
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Q: Are there Answers for Objections to Saul's Reign Length?

Marcy PowellNot Jewish but I've never come across a Christian defense of the reign length 1 Samuel 13:1 attributes Saul. This is probably because of Acts 13:21 and the messiness of the former verse(Saul's missing his age, for example). It's only in Jewish sources that I've seen this verse's reign length take...

 
5:04 PM
@Kazibácsi If it helps, the Comprehensive English-Yiddish Dictionary gives ראַבינער and ראַבײַ as translations for "Reform rabbi"; the latter translation is marked as an Americanism.
 

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