2 edition of multi-language bibliography of Jewish law found in the catalog.
multi-language bibliography of Jewish law
|Other titles||Bibliyografiyah rav-leshonot la-mishpaṭ ha-ʻivri|
|Statement||by Nahum Rakover.|
|Series||Sifriyat ha-mishpaṭ ha-ʻIvri|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||871, 39 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||871|
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Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Raḳover, Naḥum. Multi-language bibliography of Jewish law. Jerusalem: Jewish Legal Heritage Society, . The Library of Jewish law Note Citations in English, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish; contents in detail and indexes in English and Hebrew.
Title on added t.p.: Bibliyografyah rav-leshonit la-mishpaṭ ha-ʻIvri. Related Work Bibliyografyah rav-leshonit la. The laws of the Hebrews were conceived in the same manner. Two types of law are noted in the Hebrew law codes: (1) casuistic, or case, law, which contains a conditional statement and a type of punishment to be meted out; and (2) apodictic law, i.e., multi-language bibliography of Jewish law book in the form of divine commands (e.g., the Ten Commandments).
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There are a total of different commands given to the Israelite people, the most famous of which being the Ten Commandments, in the first five books of the Bible alone. These first five books are collectively called "The Torah" which in English means "The Law." That name is a little misleading, though.
Jewish law: history, sources, principles = Ha-mishpat ha-Ivri User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. In Elon, deputy president of Israel's Supreme Court and one of the world's experts on Jewish and Israeli multi-language bibliography of Jewish law book, published the first edition of this comprehensive overview of Jewish law in Hebrew.
Ezra, Hebrew ʿezraʾ, (flourished 4th century bc, Babylon and Jerusalem), religious leader of the Jews who returned from exile in Babylon, reformer who reconstituted the Jewish community on the basis of the Torah (Law, or the regulations of the first five books of the Old Testament).
His work helped make Judaism a religion in which law was central, enabling the Jews to survive as a community. The Masoretic Text is the authoritative Hebrew text of the Hebrew Bible. It defines the books of the Jewish canon, and also the precise letter-text of these biblical books, with their vocalization and accentuation.
The oldest extant manuscripts of the Masoretic Text date from approximately the 9th century CE, and the Aleppo Codex (once the oldest complete copy of the Masoretic Text, but now. It is scholarly and sprightly - an unusual combination for any book, let alone one treating of the law.
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Women and Jewish Law, Rachel Biale, Schocken Books An in-depth examination of certain areas of Jewish law that pertain to women including marriage, divorce, sexuality, rape, abortion exemption from certain commandments and other subjects. Biale starts with the original biblical and talmudic texts and works her way up to present day commentaries.
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Northwestern University professor Scott Wimpfheimer’s “The Talmud: A Biography” is a worthy introduction to the chief collection of Oral Law and one of the foundations of Jewish life.
The “biographical” dimension comes in how Wimpfheimer illuminates the Talmud’s changing identity over time, tracing how this enormous collection of centuries of rabbis’ interpretations, arguments. 2 of 2 In this file photo taken on Nov. 10,Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz smokes a pipe during an interview with The Associated Press in Jerusalem.
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Ezra (/ ˈ ɛ z r ə /; Hebrew: עֶזְרָא, ‘Ezrā; fl. – BCE), also called Ezra the Scribe (עֶזְרָא הַסּוֹפֵר, Ezra ha-Sofer) and Ezra the Priest in the Book of Ezra, was a Jewish scribe and priest ().In Greco-Latin Ezra is called Esdras (Greek: Ἔσδρας).According to the Hebrew Bible he was a descendant of Sraya the last High Priest to serve in the First.
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the central Jewish literature potentially pertinent to the background study of early Christianity. Generally, the procedure followed for each Jewish writing is to list the most important works in the categories of: bibliography, critical text, translation, concordance/index, lexical or. The Jewish Cultural Tapestry: International Jewish Folk Traditions.
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While many books have been written on the history of the Talmud, rabbinic Judaism’s most essential work; Barry Scott Wimpfheimer’s The Talmud: A Biography, is unique in its investigation of the Talmud as a contemporary Jewish icon.
In the prologue, Wimpfheimer, an associate professor of religious studies and law at Northwestern Univer.
In the Hebrew University, in cooperation with Mosad Bialik and the Ministry of Education and Culture, initiated the Institute for Hebrew Bibliography under the direction of N. Ben-Menahem. Its aim is to compile a definitive bibliographical listing of every Hebrew book which has been published up to (specimen brochure, ).
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The "book of the law" which he proclaimed at the public assembly (Neh. viii.-x.) is substantially identified with the Priestly Code (P), which, though containing older priestly ordinances ("torot"), came to be recognized as the constitutional law of the congregation (Judaism) only after Ezra's time and largely through his and Nehemiah's.
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