Riskin's Parasha commentary finds unity in the Shema, the trinity, and buddhism (July 29, 2012)

Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, Chief Rabbi of Efrat and Founder of Ohr Torah Stone, uses the Torah Parasha Vaetchanan (which introduces the Shema and warns against idolatry) as an opportunity to sanction gentile beliefs in the Trinity, Buddhism and Hinduism.

Jewish Israel wonders why Rabbi Riskin chose this weekly Torah portion to promote Jewish acceptance of jesus as "a true Jewish religious thinker and teacher".
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Comment by Mordechai Yaakov Allen on September 20, 2012 at 8:53pm

It is obvious that his mind isn't the only thing Rabbi Riskin has lost.

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