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Are there any holes in How can I respond to challenges to the Kuzari argument for the transmission of Torah from Sinai?

The Kuzari's argument for the transmission of Torah from Sinai was extremely convincing when I heard it, and I've read different summaries of it by Rabbi Dovid Gottlieb and Rabbi Leib Keleman (I must admit that I've never read it inside). It is explained here: http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/Kuzari_Principle_Intro.htm http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/Credibility_Of_Testimony.htm and http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/q-a-on-kuzari-principle.htm

Although I was wondering if there are anyam not immediately aware of serious counter-arguments that have been raised against it, I am seeking information that responds to those arguments, either by Torah scholars or secular philosophers. If so, how have these

So what counter-arguments have been raised and how are they addressed in turn?

Are there any holes in the Kuzari argument for the transmission of Torah from Sinai?

The Kuzari's argument for the transmission of Torah from Sinai was extremely convincing when I heard it, and I've read different summaries of it by Rabbi Dovid Gottlieb and Rabbi Leib Keleman (I must admit that I've never read it inside). It is explained here: http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/Kuzari_Principle_Intro.htm http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/Credibility_Of_Testimony.htm and http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/q-a-on-kuzari-principle.htm

I was wondering if there are any serious counter-arguments that have been raised against it, either by Torah scholars or secular philosophers. If so, how have these counter-arguments been addressed in turn?

How can I respond to challenges to the Kuzari argument for the transmission of Torah from Sinai?

The Kuzari's argument for the transmission of Torah from Sinai was extremely convincing when I heard it, and I've read different summaries of it by Rabbi Dovid Gottlieb and Rabbi Leib Keleman (I must admit that I've never read it inside). It is explained here: http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/Kuzari_Principle_Intro.htm http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/Credibility_Of_Testimony.htm and http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/q-a-on-kuzari-principle.htm

Although I am not immediately aware of serious counter-arguments raised against it, I am seeking information that responds to those arguments, either by Torah scholars or secular philosophers.

So what counter-arguments have been raised and how are they addressed?

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The Kuzari's argument for the transmission of Torah from Sinai was extremely convincing when I heard it, and I've read different summaries of it by Rabbi Dovid Gottlieb and Rabbi Leib Keleman (I must admit that I've never read it inside). It is explained here: http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/Kuzari_Principle_Intro.htm http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/Credibility_Of_Testimony.htm and http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/q-a-on-kuzari-principle.htm

I was wondering if there are any serious counter-arguments that have been raised against it, either by Torah scholars or secular philosophers. If so, how have these counter-arguments been addressed in turn?

The Kuzari's argument for the transmission of Torah from Sinai was extremely convincing when I heard it, and I've read different summaries of it by Rabbi Dovid Gottlieb and Rabbi Leib Keleman (I must admit that I've never read it inside).

I was wondering if there are any serious counter-arguments that have been raised against it, either by Torah scholars or secular philosophers. If so, how have these counter-arguments been addressed in turn?

The Kuzari's argument for the transmission of Torah from Sinai was extremely convincing when I heard it, and I've read different summaries of it by Rabbi Dovid Gottlieb and Rabbi Leib Keleman (I must admit that I've never read it inside). It is explained here: http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/Kuzari_Principle_Intro.htm http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/Credibility_Of_Testimony.htm and http://www.dovidgottlieb.com/comments/q-a-on-kuzari-principle.htm

I was wondering if there are any serious counter-arguments that have been raised against it, either by Torah scholars or secular philosophers. If so, how have these counter-arguments been addressed in turn?

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