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soc.culture.jewish FAQ: Torah and Halachic Authority (3/12)
Section - Question 4.4: How can differing halachic rulings all be considered valid?

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   When both parties agree upon the underlying requirements. For example,
   rabbis would agree that one may only eat a kosher animal that was
   slaughtered properly. But they might differ as to the particulars of
   what constitutes proper kosher slaughtering.

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