5 edition of Responsa and halakhic studies found in the catalog.
Responsa and halakhic studies
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Isaac Klein.|
|LC Classifications||BM522.59 .L37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 190 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||75025634|
In his research, Levin used two libraries of halakhic literature: the Rambam Library in Tel Aviv's Beit Ariella and Bar-Ilan University's Judaic Studies Library. "In these libraries, I looked for all the responsa books that were published after , and using the indexes, . Halakhic Positions of Rav Joseph B. Soloveitchik by R. Aharon Ziegler In the Bracha of Havdalah, we praise HaShem “Who distinguishes between Kodesh and Chol (holy and secular), between light and darkness, between Israel and the nations”. The distinction between light and darkness is an obvious one, clearly for all to perceive.
Halakha: The Rabbinic Idea of Law Chaim N. Saimon Princeton University Press, Hardcover, pp., $ ISBN Chaim Saimon, a law professor at Villanova University, has written a book exploring different aspects of the Halakhic system which not only observant Jews focus upon as they engender to fulfill the Commandment of Torah study, but that . Twelve book-length collections of Reform responsa have been published; eight of these are the product of Rabbi Solomon B. Freehof, the leading halakhic figure in the history of North American Reform Judaism. All CCAR responsa issued since are available online with a searchable database. 2. Guides to Religious Practice.
Two generations later, in the ninth century C.E., a book of halakhot was written that was the largest, in size and scope, of the geonic era, namely, Halakhot Gedolot. According to most halakhic authorities, its author was Simeon Kayyara, whose surname means "wax vendor" (from keira = . Beside his volumes of responsa, which won two National Jewish Book Awards, he published a number of studies on rabbinic and halakhic literature including Divrei Efraim (), Oẓar ha-Pesaḥ (), Imrei Efraim (), and Hasidei Efraim ().
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Written over the course of forty years, the responsa of Rabbi Klein strike a balance between tradition and change. As a Conservative Jewish rabbi, Klein prefers a lenient ruling to a strict one.
He studies Jewish law in its historical context.5/5(1). Responsa and Halakhic Studies - Isaac Klein, David Golinkin, Monique Susskind Goldberg - Google Books This volume is a revised and expanded edition of Rabbi Kleins responsa (Ktav, ), which is.
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This volume is a revised and expanded edition of Rabbi Klein’s responsa (Ktav, ), which is considered a classic example of Conservative responsa.
Klein’s approach to Halakhah is flexible but fully grounded in the sources. Sometimes, we find that a book that is defined as a volume of responsa contains scientific studies, or responses to those who disagree with the author’s position on halakhic issues, while actual responses to questions deriving from the problems of daily life may be only incidental.
Studies in Responsa Literature, ed. Viktoria Banyai and Szonja Rahel Komoroczy, Budapest It is rare to hear of a new scholarly volume entirely devoted to Halakhic responsa (or, indeed, to any aspect of post-Talmudic Halakhah).
So I was fascinated by the very existence of 'Studies in Responsa Literature'. To cite this article: Ronit Irshai () The construction of gender in halakhic Responsa by the Reform movement: transgender people as a case study, Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, תודה רבה על מילוי פרטיכם.
כדי לבצע תרומה באמצעות המחאה אנא שלחו את ההמחאה בצירוף פרטי קשר (שם פרטי ומשפחה, טלפון, כתובת, דוא"ל) לפקודת מכון שכטר למדעי היהדות (לידי גב' דינה גודאי), רח' אברהם גרנות 4, ת.ד.ירושלים About of Rashi's responsa and halakhic decisions are extant.
Although some may find contradictory to Rashi's intended purpose for his writings, these responsa were copied, preserved, and published by his students, grandchildren, and other future scholars.
The Contribution of Responsa Literature to the Study of Halakha, Jewish Culture and History Professor Shmuel Glick Responsa literature has its roots in the Geonic period (8th century), and it continues to be written to this very day.
By the yearover 5, volumes - comprising over half a million rabbinic responsa - had been published. All of the content in The Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies is released with a Creative Commons Attribution International license.
It is open for reuse with the following attribution: "Authored by [name of author] from The Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies at YCT. Conservative Judaism views halakha (Jewish law) as normative and binding.
The Conservative movement applies Jewish law to the full range of Jewish belief and practice, including thrice-daily prayer, Shabbat and holidays, marital relations and family purity.
Gersonides’ Afterlife is the first full-scale treatment of the reception of one of the greatest scientific minds of medieval Judaism: Gersonides (–). An outstanding representative of the Hebrew Jewish culture that then flourished in southern France, Gersonides wrote on mathematics, logic, astronomy, astrology, physical science, metaphysics and theology, and commented on almost the.
David Golinkin (born ) is an American-born conservative rabbi and Jewish scholar who has lived in Jerusalem since He is President of the Schechter Institutes, Inc., President Emeritus of the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies and Professor of Jewish Law at the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, Israel.
An index of Conservative responsa and practical halakhic studies, [David Golinkin] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
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He is the author or editor of over 40 books and over articles including The Responsa of the Va'ad Halakhah, The Status of Women in Jewish Law, and The Responsa of Prof. Louis Ginzberg. The Status of Women in Jewish Law: Responsa Jewish Questions: Responsa on Sephardic Life in.
Many of his halakhic responsa are collected in The Responsa of Professor Louis Ginzberg, ed. David Golinkin, NY: JTS, References. Levy, David B. (). "The making of the Encyclopaedia Judaica and the Jewish Encyclopedia".
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