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Submitted by michael gray  Answered by Rabbi Tzvi Frank
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Hi Michael,

I believe the answer to that question is that American Roshei Yeshiva feel/felt that intellectual stimulation is imperative to keep today's American youth within the walls of the bais medrash. They are not arguing whether R' Shach's derech halimud is correct. Indeed, they themselves grew into the Roshei Yeshiva that they have become through Rav Shach's m'halach. The question is, with today's environment in America, is learning with the "correct" derech enough to prevent our bochurim from seeking their intellectual stimulation elsewhere? Eis laasos L'Hashem!

Your comments are welcome!

Tzvi

posted:2008-04-22 14:53:53

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