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Taryag: A Study of the Tradition That the Written Torah Contains 613 Mitzvot (Hardback) - Abraham Hirsch Rabinowitz
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1996, ISBN: 1568214499

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[EAN: 9781568214498], Neubuch, [PU: Jason Aronson Inc. Publishers, United States], Religion|Fundamentalism, Religion|Judaism|Theology, Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. In the Talmud it is explained that 613 commandments were revealed to Moses at Mount Sinai - 365 prohibitive precepts, corresponding to the number of days of the solar year, and 248 positive precepts, corresponding to the number of parts in the human body. The body of 613 commandments is usually known by the Hebrew mnemonic TaRYaG, whose letters, when tallied according to their numerical equivalents, equal 613. The concept of TaRYaG is generally known and accepted. However, throughout history there has been much discussion about the commandments themselves and the question as to which are considered part of the TaRYaG because the Torah clearly contains more than 613 laws. In TaRYaG, noted scholar Rabbi Abraham Hirsch Rabinowitz investigates the major debates and problematic issues connected with the tradition of TaRYaG study. Rabbi Rabinowitz begins by explaining the historical dilemmas pertaining to and the origins of the TaRYaG tradition, including its basis in Halachah (Jewish law). The greatest scholars of Jewish thought have contributed studies on TaRYaG, and this volume clearly shows why the subject merited their attention. Maimonides Sefer HaMitzvot, in which the 613 commandments are explained and categorized, is fully analyzed, and its relationship to his Mishneh Torah is shown. The contributions of the Tosafists and later authors are also examined. A bibliography of TaRYaG works is included to encourage further study. The 613 commandments serve as the basis for learning all of the Written and Oral Laws. For this reason, TaRYaG is an excellent starting point for anyone interested in delving into serious study of Halachah and a helpful resource for anyone already engaged in suchstudy.

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Taryag: A Study of the Tradition That the Written Torah Contains 613 Mitzvot (Hardback) - gebunden oder broschiert

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[EAN: 9781568214498], Neubuch, [PU: Jason Aronson Inc. Publishers, United States], Religion|Fundamentalism, Religion|Judaism|Theology, Language: English . Brand New Book. In the Talmud it is explained that 613 commandments were revealed to Moses at Mount Sinai - 365 prohibitive precepts, corresponding to the number of days of the solar year, and 248 positive precepts, corresponding to the number of parts in the human body. The body of 613 commandments is usually known by the Hebrew mnemonic TaRYaG, whose letters, when tallied according to their numerical equivalents, equal 613. The concept of TaRYaG is generally known and accepted. However, throughout history there has been much discussion about the commandments themselves and the question as to which are considered part of the TaRYaG because the Torah clearly contains more than 613 laws. In TaRYaG, noted scholar Rabbi Abraham Hirsch Rabinowitz investigates the major debates and problematic issues connected with the tradition of TaRYaG study. Rabbi Rabinowitz begins by explaining the historical dilemmas pertaining to and the origins of the TaRYaG tradition, including its basis in Halachah (Jewish law). The greatest scholars of Jewish thought have contributed studies on TaRYaG, and this volume clearly shows why the subject merited their attention. Maimonides Sefer HaMitzvot, in which the 613 commandments are explained and categorized, is fully analyzed, and its relationship to his Mishneh Torah is shown. The contributions of the Tosafists and later authors are also examined. A bibliography of TaRYaG works is included to encourage further study. The 613 commandments serve as the basis for learning all of the Written and Oral Laws. For this reason, TaRYaG is an excellent starting point for anyone interested in delving into serious study of Halachah and a helpful resource for anyone already engaged in suchstudy.

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Taryag: A Study of the Tradition That the Written Torah Contains 613 Mitzvot (Hardback) - gebunden oder broschiert

1996, ISBN: 1568214499

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[EAN: 9781568214498], Neubuch, [PU: Jason Aronson Inc. Publishers, United States], Religion|Fundamentalism, Religion|Judaism|Theology, Language: English . Brand New Book. In the Talmud it is explained that 613 commandments were revealed to Moses at Mount Sinai - 365 prohibitive precepts, corresponding to the number of days of the solar year, and 248 positive precepts, corresponding to the number of parts in the human body. The body of 613 commandments is usually known by the Hebrew mnemonic TaRYaG, whose letters, when tallied according to their numerical equivalents, equal 613. The concept of TaRYaG is generally known and accepted. However, throughout history there has been much discussion about the commandments themselves and the question as to which are considered part of the TaRYaG because the Torah clearly contains more than 613 laws. In TaRYaG, noted scholar Rabbi Abraham Hirsch Rabinowitz investigates the major debates and problematic issues connected with the tradition of TaRYaG study. Rabbi Rabinowitz begins by explaining the historical dilemmas pertaining to and the origins of the TaRYaG tradition, including its basis in Halachah (Jewish law). The greatest scholars of Jewish thought have contributed studies on TaRYaG, and this volume clearly shows why the subject merited their attention. Maimonides Sefer HaMitzvot, in which the 613 commandments are explained and categorized, is fully analyzed, and its relationship to his Mishneh Torah is shown. The contributions of the Tosafists and later authors are also examined. A bibliography of TaRYaG works is included to encourage further study. The 613 commandments serve as the basis for learning all of the Written and Oral Laws. For this reason, TaRYaG is an excellent starting point for anyone interested in delving into serious study of Halachah and a helpful resource for anyone already engaged in suchstudy.

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Taryaga Study of the Traditio

TaRYaG examines the 613 mitzvot, or commandments, that guide the life of a Jew. The nature of these commandments has been debated and discussed throughout the generations. Can commandments expire? Is it acceptable to break a commandment? These and more questions are examined in this thought-provoking and scholarly work.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781568214498
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1568214499
Gebundene Ausgabe
Erscheinungsjahr: 1996
Herausgeber: JASON ARONSON INC
223 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,426 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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