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We learn from Maran HaRav Ovadia Yosef Z"l, as well as R' Hamburger Shlit"a, and the rest of the non-Chassidic, non-Lurianic world that it is improper for one unlearned in sha"s and halachah to learn kabbalah. If the rabbi at a shul brings kabbalah in his dvar Torah, is it proper to leave the shul for the duration of the drash?

Thank-you to Hacham Gabriel, whose blog inspired my question.

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is it a kosher Rabbi? would he be embarassed if you left? –  ray Apr 18 at 12:57
    
It's a fromm schul, albeit chassidic. However, I am unsure how derech eretz and learning something which may be assur work together. –  Noach mi Frankfurt Apr 18 at 13:02
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The word "proper" is vague. Do you mean to ask whether it would be the preferred thing to do rather than subjecting yourself to improper education, or do you mean to ask whether it would be deemed tolerable despite the fact that you recognize it to be disrespectful? –  Seth J Apr 20 at 3:25
    
    
Whether the subject matter actually over-rules the common position of remaining in the beit knesset during a dvar Torah. –  Noach mi Frankfurt Apr 20 at 14:52
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