5 edition of [Masekhet Sanhedrin] = found in the catalog.
[Masekhet Sanhedrin] =
|Other titles||Tractate Sanhedrin, Talmud. Sanhedrin. English.|
|Statement||elucidated by Asher Dicker, Abba Tzvi Naiman ; under the general editorship of Hersh Goldwurm ; in collaboration with a team of Torah scholars.|
|Series||The ArtScroll series, Talmud Bavli -- 47-<48>, Talmud (Schottenstein edition) -- 47-<48>|
|Contributions||Dicker, Asher., Naiman, Abba Zvi., Weiner, Michoel., Goldwurm, Hersh., Schorr, Yisroel Simcha.|
|LC Classifications||BM506.S2 E5 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-2> ;|
|ISBN 10||0899067417, 0899067425|
|LC Control Number||2005550013|
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The Mishna is a compilation of (mostly) halachic rulings that comprise the Oral Law, which is the body of knowledge received by Moshe at Sinai sans whatever is included explicitly in the Written Torah. It was compiled (or perhaps even written) by R' Yehuda HaNasi in around the second or third century CE. In the next several centuries, halachic. A Preliminary Review of The New Koren Talmud Bavli: A Goldilocks edition. Originally the designers have added a magnificent full color cover to the book, which is both eye-catching but utterly impractical if the volume is to be carried every day since the translucent paper easily scars. The Steinsaltz Talmud contains an introduction to.
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The Talmud (Sanhedrin 86a) states that the main corpus of the Mishnah (including any anonymous teaching) comes from Rabbi Meir, while the Tosefta comes from Rabbi Nehemiah, the Sifra from Rabbi Yehuda, and the Sifre from Rabbi Shimon—and all are based on the work of Rabbi Akiva.
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The syllabus focuses on many of the most relevant topics throughout the Masekhet, focusing on in depth analysis through the study of the Talmud with central insights of the Rishonim, Achronim and Poskim. Daf Yomi Shiur at Young Israel of Century City: Maggid Shiur - Rav Yitzchak Etshalom Subscribe to the daily podcast.
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The function of this lengthy narrative, from the standpoint of the name Elokim, is to show the Providence that controls the events that brings the family of Yaakov to Egypt (see our. 9. The main collections of law are: (a) the collection of laws in Exodwhich is generally referred to as the Book of the Covenant; (b) the laws of the Priestly Code, which are scattered primarily in the books of Leviticus and Numbers, but some of which also appear in Exodus; (c) the laws of the book of Deuteronomy, concentrated in Deut ; Author: Haim Shapira.
To attempt to detail every point where the Talmud draws upon the Zend-Avesta would take a book. The following section will detail some of the more prominent concepts: The matter of benedictions, or the saying of grace over something that.
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