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This may have been a way for the Pope to deflect pressure from the extremists in his own camp who agitated for more and more extreme measures against the talmud. He could say "look there is no 'talmud' being printed, you won't find any book with that particular title being printed"....so leave me alone, guys, and let me get on to the other things I have to do.

See this article: http://www.printingthetalmud.org/flashpaper/30.pdf

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Graetz comments, “Strange, indeed, that the pope should have allowed the thing, and forbidden its name! He was afraid of public opinion, which would have considered the contradiction too great between one pope, who had sought out and burnt the Talmud, and the next, who was allowing it to go untouched.”

[This is quoted with more of the paragraph in this article as well]

This may have been a way for the Pope to deflect pressure from the extremists in his own camp who agitated for more and more extreme measures against the talmud. He could say "look there is no 'talmud' being printed, you won't find any book with that particular title being printed"....so leave me alone, guys, and let me get on to the other things I have to do.

See this article: http://www.printingthetalmud.org/flashpaper/30.pdf

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Graetz comments, “Strange, indeed, that the pope should have allowed the thing, and forbidden its name! He was afraid of public opinion, which would have considered the contradiction too great between one pope, who had sought out and burnt the Talmud, and the next, who was allowing it to go untouched.”

This may have been a way for the Pope to deflect pressure from the extremists in his own camp who agitated for more and more extreme measures against the talmud. He could say "look there is no 'talmud' being printed, you won't find any book with that particular title being printed"....so leave me alone, guys, and let me get on to the other things I have to do.

See this article: http://www.printingthetalmud.org/flashpaper/30.pdf

Excerpt:

Graetz comments, “Strange, indeed, that the pope should have allowed the thing, and forbidden its name! He was afraid of public opinion, which would have considered the contradiction too great between one pope, who had sought out and burnt the Talmud, and the next, who was allowing it to go untouched.”

[This is quoted with more of the paragraph in this article as well]

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This may have been a way for the Pope to deflect pressure from the extremists in his own camp who agitated for more and more extreme measures against the talmud. He could say "look there is no 'talmud' being printed, you won't find any book with that particular title being printed"....so leave me alone, guys, and let me get on to the other things I have to do.

See this article: http://www.printingthetalmud.org/flashpaper/30.pdf

Excerpt:

Graetz comments, “Strange, indeed, that the pope should have allowed the thing, and forbidden its name! He was afraid of public opinion, which would have considered the contradiction too great between one pope, who had sought out and burnt the Talmud, and the next, who was allowing it to go untouched.”

This may have been a way for the Pope to deflect pressure from the extremists in his own camp who agitated for more and more extreme measures against the talmud. He could say "look there is no 'talmud' being printed, you won't find any book with that particular title being printed"....so leave me alone, guys, and let me get on to the other things I have to do.

See this article: http://www.printingthetalmud.org/flashpaper/30.pdf:

Graetz comments, “Strange, indeed, that the pope should have allowed the thing, and forbidden its name! He was afraid of public opinion, which would have considered the contradiction too great between one pope, who had sought out and burnt the Talmud, and the next, who was allowing it to go untouched.”

This may have been a way for the Pope to deflect pressure from the extremists in his own camp who agitated for more and more extreme measures against the talmud. He could say "look there is no 'talmud' being printed, you won't find any book with that particular title being printed"....so leave me alone, guys, and let me get on to the other things I have to do.

See this article: http://www.printingthetalmud.org/flashpaper/30.pdf

Excerpt:

Graetz comments, “Strange, indeed, that the pope should have allowed the thing, and forbidden its name! He was afraid of public opinion, which would have considered the contradiction too great between one pope, who had sought out and burnt the Talmud, and the next, who was allowing it to go untouched.”

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I think thisThis may have been a way for the Pope to deflect pressure from the extremists in his own camp who agitated for more and more extreme measures against the talmud. He could say "look there is no 'talmud' being printed, you won't find any book with that particular title being printed", so....so leave me alone, guys, and let me get on to the other things I have to do.

See this article: http://www.printingthetalmud.org/flashpaper/30.pdf:

Graetz comments, “Strange, indeed, that the pope should have allowed the thing, and forbidden its name! He was afraid of public opinion, which would have considered the contradiction too great between one pope, who had sought out and burnt the Talmud, and the next, who was allowing it to go untouched.”

I think this may have been a way for the Pope to deflect pressure from the extremists in his own camp who agitated for more and more extreme measures against the talmud. He could say "look there is no 'talmud' being printed, you won't find any book with that particular title being printed", so leave me alone, guys, and let me get on to the other things I have to do.

This may have been a way for the Pope to deflect pressure from the extremists in his own camp who agitated for more and more extreme measures against the talmud. He could say "look there is no 'talmud' being printed, you won't find any book with that particular title being printed"....so leave me alone, guys, and let me get on to the other things I have to do.

See this article: http://www.printingthetalmud.org/flashpaper/30.pdf:

Graetz comments, “Strange, indeed, that the pope should have allowed the thing, and forbidden its name! He was afraid of public opinion, which would have considered the contradiction too great between one pope, who had sought out and burnt the Talmud, and the next, who was allowing it to go untouched.”

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