Torah, The: (lit. teaching) (a) The Five Books of Moses (The Bible); (b) the overall body of Jewish religious teachings encompassing the whole body of Jewish law, practice and tradition
Giving of the Torah
Halachah (Torah law)
Kabbalah & Chassidism; Mysticism
Oral Torah, The
Parshah (weekly Torah reading)
Septuagint, The (Greek Translation of Torah)
Noahide Laws, The Seven
Torah & Science
The Eternality of Torah
Torah, Honor of
Torah, Power of
Two Tablets, The
A brief primer on the Torah: the Written Law as well as the Oral Law and its many sub-sections.
English translation of the entire Tanach with Rashi's commentary. Translation edited by esteemed translator and scholar, Rabbi A.J. Rosenberg.
Torah is a sharing of purpose, of intent, of the desire from which all that is emerges.
40 essays, stories, meditations and readings, each offering a glimpse into something the Torah says about itself and its place in our lives
Abstract: Throughout the ages the Sages of the Jewish People have applied received exegetical principles within new contexts. Conceptual, geographic and temporal diversities have led to a multiplicity of apparently conflicting conclusions, all drawn withi...
We've been studying his mind all our lives. But we still don't get it... It's a mumble-jumble of scattered fragments, each part playing the other's role in an untamed cacophony of an orchestra tuning up
Question: Years ago, I attended a seminar where we were presented with logical proofs that the Torah was delivered to us by Moses at Sinai. I was convinced and began a path towards complete Jewish observance. After many years and much thought, I (and many...
To explain that, I would need a long conversation with you about what is G-d and how G-d talks to people and why....
What is Torah? What is a commandment? What is revelation? What happened at Sinai? In this second in a six-part course on core Jewish beliefs, we set out to understand how Judaism views the Torah as much more than a set of laws.
Other studies are means to gain knowledge. Learning Torah is an end in itself. It's the experience of asking questions, searching for answers, getting in synch with the minds of the sages -- the experience of making contact with the Divine Intellect
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