What is the meaning of Kashrut? | Aleph Beta

What Is The Meaning of Kashrut?

Why do Jewish people only eat Kosher food?


Immanuel Shalev


The Meaning of Kashrut & Why Keeping Kosher Is Important To Judaism

On the surface, Kashrut seems like such an arbitrary bunch of laws. What makes animals that chew their cud and have split hooves fit for eating more than other animals? The Torah isn't thoughtlessly random. What if there were a way to think of kosher in a way that makes sense, and is even spiritually meaningful? Enjoy this discussion between David and Imu as they try to discern some of the deeper meanings behind keeping kosher. They even explain their methodology along the way. A real (kosher) treat!

Discover other videos about Kashrut at Aleph Beta, including ‘Why Can't You Cook Milk & Meat Together”, “Kosher Laws In The Torah”. and “Kosher Slaughter

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