Exploring the Correspondence Between Rav Hutner and the Rebbe

A well known exchange of letters between Harav Yitzchok Hutner and the Rebbe regarding mivtza tefillin was reexamined in a new publication, with explanations offered by three notable talmidei chachomim.

By Anash.org writer

A well known exchange of letters between Harav Yitzchok Hutner and the Rebbe regarding mivtza tefillin was reexamined in a new publication, with explanations offered by three notable talmidei chachomim.

The exchange began in 5728, following the Rebbe’s launch of mivtza tefillin a number of months earlier. Focusing on the level of kavana necessary to fulfill the mitzva, the fascinating correspondence reveals a deep mutual level of respect.

First published in the M’beis Hagenozim album in 5770, the exchange was reexamined and published with explanations for the bar mitzvah of Hillel Pevzner, and distributed as a teshura at the bar mitzvah celebration last week.

Following the actual letters, the booklet presents a lengthy explanation authored by Rabbi Avrohom Boruch Pevzner, rov of the Chabad community in Paris, France and grandfather of the bar mitzvah boy. Additional explanations by Rabbi Fishel Oster, magid shiur in Oholei Torah, and Rabbi Sholom Dovber Wolpo, head of the Zichron Yihosef Kollel and author of numerous books.

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