But this error of theirs should be laid at the door of the rabbins from whom they received it.
The rabbins understand this as having reference to idolatry.
These comments of the rabbins are accordingly frivolous and nonsensical.
The school of the rabbins, however, allowed these things in time of danger.
It has been the abiding place of many learned and famous Jewish rabbins.
Some of the Rabbins say Terah was a priest and chief of the order.
Their Rabbins, and all the Roman Catholic theologians, agree on this point.
He slaughtered a number of rabbins; still the blood bubbled.
Here Moses seems to have fixed a cross for the grammarians and the Rabbins.
Not one of the Rabbins explains the passage before us in this manner.