Is it possible to re-kosher a Sefer Torah? If so, how?
I have two old Torah scrolls, each over 400 years old, and I believe they’re not kosher, considering their age and what they seem to have gone through. All the Hebrew is still there, the parchment was properly prepared, as was the ink. There are water stains, however….
I had a Chabad rabbi over to look at them, and he mentioned it may be possible to re-kosher both – so, can the scrolls be re-koshered, and if so how?