Rambam In-Depth I Injure and Atone the Torah Way

If you hurt someone, you'd think you simply have to pay for their losses - medical bills, lost wages, etc. But the Torah says there's more to it. According to Jewish law, causing harm is a sin that demands atonement between you, the victim, and God. Paying damages ransoms your body from further punishment.

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