A rabbi [Hebrew: my master, my teacher] is a religious leader, scholar or instructor of the Torah (first five books of the Jewish Bible) in Judaism.
Orthodox Judaism usually does not permit women to be rabbis. But other variants of Judaism do and, as we see in “Related articles” below, the situation is changing.
Jesus Christ came out of the Jewish tradition, so it’s hardly surprising that some of his disciples periodically called him “Rabbi.”
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Female rabbi at Shira
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