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Halacha (Torah law): (lit. “the pathway”); (a) the body of Jewish law; (b) a single law
Halachah from Kitzur Shulchan Aruch
This class provides a basic overview of the evolution of halacha, and also discusses the laws of waking in the morning, including the ritual hand washing.
Something Spiritual on Parshat Acharei-Mot
Why Jewish law is called halacha, which means walking or movement.
The relationship and tension between the legal system and spiritual values in Torah.
Understanding the origin of disputes in Jewish law and how they evolved, and the process by which they’re resolved.
Halachah and the limits of rationality
Professor Rabbi Ozer Glickman of Yeshiva University posits a “legal theory” of Torah law that compares and contrasts the ideas of morality, legality, rationality and obligation.
Resolving matters of halachic dispute
Is the Torah’s process for determining halachah an attempt to arrive at the one true answer, or are there multiple truths?
The Six Categories of Torah Law
An overview of six different categories of Jewish law including oral traditions from Moses, laws extrapolated from Scripture, and laws that were later legislated by the Sages.
The Kabbalah states that when the sages of the Talmud ruled on a matter of law, it was a reflection of how the law was applied in the upper realms.
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