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A modern English translation and commentary that presents a digest of the centuries of Torah scholarship which have been devoted to the study of the Mishneh Torah by Maimonides.

The Rambam's Mishneh Torah

The Rambam's Mishneh Torah

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The Book of Knowledge
Commandments that are the basic principles of the religion of Moshe [Moses] Our Teacher, which one needs to know at the outset--such as recognizing the unity of the Holy One blessed be He and the prohibition of idolatry.
The Book of the Love of G-d
Commandments that are done frequently, which we have been commanded to do so that we may always love God and remember Him constantly--such as reciting the Shema`, prayer, tefillin, and blessings; circumcision is included, because it is a sign in our flesh to constantly remind us when we are not in tefillin or tzitzit or the like.
The Book of Times
Commandments to be done at fixed times--such as Sabbath and holidays.
The Book of Women
Commandments on relations--such as marriage and divorce, and levirate marriage and release from it.
The Book of Holiness
Commandments on forbidden relations and commandments on forbidden foods--for in these two matters the Omnipresent sanctified us and separated us from the nations, in forbidden relations and forbidden foods, and of both it is written "and I have set you apart from the peoples" (Leviticus 20,26), "who have set you apart from the peoples" (Leviticus 20,24).
The Book of Promises.
Commandments by which one undertakes to forbid himself in certain things--such as oaths and vows.
The Book of Seeds
Commandments on seed of the land--such as Sabbatical years and Jubilees, tithes and heave offerings, and the other commandments akin to these matters.
The Book of Service
Commandments related to building the Temple and perpetual public sacrifices.
The Book of Sacrifices
Commandments on sacrifices of the individual
The Book of Ritual Purity
Commandments related to ritual purity and impurity.
The Book of Injuries
Commandments related to civil relations in which there is injury at the offset to either property or person
The Book of Acquisition
Commandments related to sales and purchases.
The Book of Judgments
Commandments related to other civil relations in cases that do not have at the outset any injury--such as deposits, and debts, and claims and denials.
The Book of Judges
Commandments that are delegated to the Sanhedrin--such as capital punishment, and receiving testimony, and administration of the king and his wars.