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What is the relevance today?

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I am reading the Talmud(B.K. 25b2- Artscroll) and I read about clean/unclean.  The notes  reference Leviticus and a phrase "unclean till evening".  My question is , what relevance does this have today since the destruction of the Temple?
If you say it still applies, I'd like to know how/why?
I am not a practicing Jew, and pretty ignorant of anything that goes on in the Orthodox world, but my guess is that the Talmud is the genesis of a new relation to holy/profane- clean/unclean.  If I am correct, can you expatiate?
asked Jan 5, 2014 in Judaism by anonymous
   

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