Witnessing and Communal Boundaries, Part 2
Parashat Terumah

Ethan Tucker

Halakhic decisors have used the category of those who are not allowed to give testimony in court to delineate communal boundaries: some actions put someone beyond the community such that they cannot be trusted not to make a mockery of our laws in a courtroom. Where and in what context does this idea originate?

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