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The Deep Roots of Cannabis in Torah – Hidabroot

| October 15, 2019

...if ones field is sown with cannabis... --Masechet Menachot 15:2 Though cannabis has been a hot topic in the medical field and in the general public for at least the past 5 years, the ancient herb is having a tough time losing its stigma. The recent renewal of this pancultural medicine has sparked a new debate on its safety and legitimate use

Everyman’s Talmud: The Major Teachings of the Rabbinic Sages …

| October 6, 2019

The Talmud is among the great books of wisdom--like the Bible, the Quran, and the Bhagavad Gita--whose citation gives a speaker instant credibility.

Babylonian Talmud [Full Text] – jewishvirtuallibrary.org

| October 4, 2019

Seder Nezikin (Damages) Seder Zeraim (Seeds) Berachot Pe'ah Demai Kilayim Shevi'it Terumot Ma'asrote Ma'aser Sheni Hallah Orlah Bikkurim Seder Nashim (Women) Yevamot Ketubot Nedarim Kiddushin Seder Kodashim (Holies) Zevahim Menachot Hullin Bechorot Arachin Temurah Keritot Me'ilah Tamid Middot Kinnim Seder Tehorot (Purities) Keilim Oholot Nega'im Parah Tehorot Mikva'ot Niddah Machshirin Zavim Tevul Yom Yadayim Uktzim 1.Tenanof the original--We have learned in a Mishna;Tania--We have, learned in a Boraitha;Itemar--It was taught.2. Questions are indicated by the interrogation point, and are immediately followed by the answers, without being so marked.3. If there occurs two statements separated by the phrase,Lishna achrenaorWabayith AemaorIkha d'amri(literally, "otherwise interpreted"), we translate only the second.4

Talmud Daf Yomi Meilah 6 Rabbi Dr. Moshe Weisblum ‘ "

| September 30, 2019

Talmud Daf Yomi for Tractate Meilah Rabbi Dr. Moshe P. Weisblum

Talmud – New World Encyclopedia

| September 26, 2019

The Talmud (Hebrew: ) is a record of rabbinical discussions pertaining to Jewish law, biblical interpretation, ethics, customs, and history. It is the basis for all codes of rabbinical law and is much quoted in other Jewish literature. The Talmud has two basic components: the Mishnah (c

The Talmud: An Occultist Introduction Audiobook by Baal Kadmon

| May 11, 2019

Listen to the full audiobook The Talmud: An Occultist Introduction for free at audilib.com Format: UnabridgedWritten by: Baal KadmonNarrated by: Baal KadmonPublisher: Baal KadmonRelease date: 10/18/2017Duration: 1 hr and 19 minsLanguage: EnglishGenres: Judaism The Talmud is by far the most important set of books in the Jewish faith aside from the Torah or the first five books of the Old Testament.

What is the Talmud? | CARM.org

| April 9, 2019

by Matt Slick The Talmud is a Jewish literary collection of teachings, laws, and interpretations based on the Old Testament Torah. It has two parts, the Mishnah and that Gemara.

Talmud synonyms, Talmud antonyms – FreeThesaurus.com

| March 2, 2019

That Jews are forbidden to worship idols is such a basic element of Judaism that the Talmud does not actually have much to say about it.Milestones include the first (unfinished) attempt at an English translation by American publisher Michael Levi Rodkinson at the turn of the 20th century, an abridged version by Rabbi Chaim Tchernowitz in the 1920s, and "The Soncino Talmud on CD-ROM" from 1995.Skibell begins the project with the frank admission that many of the passages in the Talmud are strange on their face, but he indicates that great beauty resides there, too.First, the Talmud mentions the differences between Ezekiel and Numbers regarding the animal sacrifices of Rosh Hodesh.Perhaps the most astonishing confirmation of this claim is the fact delivered on the next-to-last page of the book The Talmud has been adopted as a primary school text in, of all places, South Korea.Nahmanides quotes the description in the Talmud Rosh Hashanah 21b of the fifty categories (shearim) of knowledge created in the world, of which forty-nine were given to Moses.is highly relevant for analyzing thinking processes in the Talmud.To one scholar goes all the credit for introducing into Talmudic studies a systematic reading of Pahlavi religion, law, history and literature, and that is Yeshiva University's Talmud superstar, Yaakov Elman, who has brought Iranian Zoroastrian studies into the world of the Talmud.Although the Islamic Republic insists it is anti-Zionist and not ant-iSemitic, Iran's first vice president has assailed the Talmud, Judaism's Holy book, saying it teaches Jews how to destroy the members of other faiths.With thousands of years of existence, the Talmud can often be daunting for modern readers.11) It is, however, noteworthy that the Tosefta, Talmud Yerushalmi, and Talmud Bavli (as well as Genesis Rabbah) all reflect restrictions related to participation at such fairs, and this clear rabbinic opposition-which extends to going near the site of a fair (according to T Avodah Zarah 1:5)--calls for elaboration.AARTS-accredited schools offer a program of Talmud and related studies.Dan JAFFE, El Talmud y los origenes judios del cristianismo.Roberto Rodriguez es uno de esos valientes, y Timba Talmud representa una creatividad de alto nivel, una joya de la musica afrocaribena.Just as the Talmud honors "radical rethinking, even about its foundational concepts" (2), so too does the Jewish American fiction under examination in this book celebrate "radical rethinking" through methods such as open-endedness and multiple perspectives that question the foundations of literary tradition.

Seven Laws of Noah – Wikipedia

| December 9, 2018

The Seven Laws of Noah (Hebrew: Sheva Mitzvot B'nei Noach), also referred to as the Noahide Laws or the Noachide Laws (from the Hebrew pronunciation of "Noah"), are a set of imperatives which, according to the Talmud, were given by God[1] as a binding set of laws for the "children of Noah" that is, all of humanity.[2][3] Accordingly, any non-Jew who adheres to these laws because they were given by Moses[4] is regarded as a righteous gentile, and is assured of a place in the world to come ( Olam Haba), the final reward of the righteous.[5][6] The seven Noahide laws as traditionally enumerated are the following:[7][8] According to the Talmud,[7] the rabbis agree that the seven laws were given to the sons of Noah. However, they disagree on precisely which laws were given to Adam and Eve. Six of the seven laws are exegetically derived from passages in Genesis,[9] with the seventh being the establishing of courts.

Talmud | Religion-wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

| December 2, 2018

The Talmud (Hebrew: talmd "instruction, learning", from a root lmd "teach, study") is a central text of mainstream Judaism, in the form of a record of rabbinic discussions pertaining to Jewish law, ethics, customs and history. The Talmud has two components: the Mishnah (c


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