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Mishneh Torah (Rambam)

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Studies in Maimonides: Lesson 3
A perspective for understanding the sheer magnitude of Maimonides' accomplishments in codifying the entire body of Jewish law.
Tens of thousands gathered to celebrate the 25th completion of learning Maimonides' landmark compendium of Jewish Law.
The Mishneh Torah was not written only for great Torah scholars. Maimonides himself writes that he composed it in a clear unambiguous style for all Jews – “for small and great alike.”
12 Sivan, 5744 · June 12, 1984
All Jews should unite through Torah, by studying the same subject in Torah at the same time. Since Torah's practical laws are relevant and comprehensible by Jews of all backgrounds, we suggested a cycle of daily study of Maimonides’ Mishneh Torah.
As 39th daily study cycle begins, work made more accessible by layman’s publication
For 15 years, he had kept the undertaking to himself. Very few knew of the monumental project that he had spent countless hours perfecting. But as Jews around the world mark the completion of the 38th annual study cycle of Maimionides’ Mishneh Torah, a wo...
Halakhah refers to Jewish law. Per its literal translation, “the way,” halachah guides the day-to-day life of a Jew.
Maimonides' Mishneh Torah in Manuscript, Part 5
How a variation in the Oxford Manuscript of Mishneh Torah sheds light on Maimonides position on prophecy.
Maimonides' Mishneh Torah in Manuscript, Part 4
Marriage, loans and the holiday of Sukkot, and the unlikely link between the three, in light of a textual addition to a manuscript draft of Mishneh Torah in the author's own hand.
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