Rabbi Tzvi Flaum was a talmid of Rabbi Yosef Ber Soloveitchik zt"l and, after obtaining his B.A. in Jewish History from Yeshiva University, he received his rabbinical ordination from Yeshivas Rabbeinu Yitzchak Elchanan. He was a "Chaver" of the RIETS Kollel for more than a decade, and he received the advanced rabbinic ordination "Yoreh Yoreh Yadin Yadin", qualifying Rabbi Flaum as a serious decisor of Jewish Law. Concurrently, he earned his M.A. in Jewish History from the Bernard Revel Graduate School.
Should every effort be made to save a baby even if it will have neurological and cognitive defects, and a poor quality of life? Is abortion ever permitted? Are we ever allowed to take someone off life support? This is a vintage video and is being shared here for its historical value and its content, not for the quality of its video
Dr. Kathleen E. Powderly (3)
Is it fair for the rich to have the most access to organ transplants? What if a treatment is too expensive, not covered by insureances, or dictated to be done a certain way by the insurance? Should a CEO make a higher salery if his medical insurance isn't making money? And is the dialisys machine allowed to be removed under any circumstances? This is a vintage video and is being shared here for its historical value and its content, not for the quality of its video
Dr. Eli Friedman (2)
In this session abortion will be addressed, one of the most polarizing issues in contemporary discourse, from the perspective of Jewish law and ethics. Does a woman always have the right to terminate