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Responsa

David H Lincoln

Responsa

Papers submitted to the Rabbinical Assembly Committee on Jewish Law and Standards

by David H Lincoln

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Published by BYLS Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • 1948-,
  • Customs and practices,
  • Jewish law,
  • Judaism,
  • Responsa

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11498711M
    ISBN 100934402140
    ISBN 109780934402149
    OCLC/WorldCa11145056

    Bar Ilan Responsa 26 Plus on USBBar Ilan Judaic Digital Library - World's Largest Most Portable LibraryThe Global Jewish Database (the Responsa Project) contains the world's largest - most portable - electronic collection of Jewish texts ever recorded, which embody thousands of years of Jewish learning. The database includes numerous works from the Responsa Literature - Rabbinic case-law. Death, Modern Issues in Jewish Law, Prayer and Liturgy, Responsa by David Golinkin, Ritual Question: According to your Responsa in a Moment column in April, one may only recite the mourner’s kaddish (hereafter: MK) in a physical minyan of ten adults or online, provided that the person online is joining a physical minyan of ten adults.

    The range of issues discussed in the book is also remarkable. Of course, it includes the kind of questions that one might find in any responsa collection, for instance, should the Yizkor prayer be recited in the first year of mourning, or may a cantor repeat words when chanting : Martin Lockshin.   The responsa are thousands of volumes of answers to specific questions on Jewish law. If the Talmud is a law book, then the responsa are case law. The responsa are composed by well-respected rabbis who have been asked a specific question, and include a full description of the situation, references to the applicable Talmudic passages, the rabbi.

    Accordingly geonic responsa are divisible into: very short responsa, sometimes consisting of only one or two words, such as the earliest surviving responsa, those by *Yehudai Gaon; and responsa containing the exposition of an entire book, chapter, or topic. There was also, understandably, an intermediate group – the most common – of. Collections of the questions and their accompanying answers are called "responsa." Finding responsa in the catalog. Do a browse subject search under: responsa You can also add a time period, e.g. responsa To find responsa on specific topics, do a keyword .


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History of responsa in Judaism spans a period of 1, years. Rabbinic responsa constitute a special class of rabbinic literature, differing in form, but not necessarily in content, from Rabbinic commentaries devoted to the exegesis of the Bible, the Mishnah, Responsa book Talmud, and halakha (the codes of Jewish religious law).

The codes themselves contain the rules for ordinary incidents of life. Responsa, Hebrew Sheʾelot U-teshubot, (“questions and answers”), replies made by rabbinic scholars in answer to submitted questions about Jewish law.

These replies began to be written in the 6th century after final redaction of the Talmud and are still being formulated. Estimates of the total number of published responsa, which range in length from a few words to lengthy monographs and. Responsa of R. Abraham - Freimann edition, Jerusalem, Birkat Avraham - Lyck, Maaseh Nissim - Kahana edition, Tel Aviv, Maharam Mi-Rothenburg: R.

Meir b. Baruch of Rothenburg, Germany (); Bloch edition, Budapest, Crimona edition, Machon JerusalemNew York, Baalei Ha-Tosafot.

Responsa in Responsa book Moment, Vol. II, is a collection of 33 responsa culled from a monthly email column, Responsa in a Moment, written by Prof. David Golinkin from to the present.

In this volume, he discusses halakhic topics related to liturgy, the holidays, Author: David Golinkin. The book really opens your eyes as to the concerns amongst many during the dark days of the Shoah. R' Oshry illustrates the spiritual faith and the kavanah in those dark days in these responsa.

An informative, and highly emotional read/5(5). Early-Publishing And Book Printing DAVIN DE CADEROUSSE of Avignon was the first known Jew to attempt Hebrew printing after learning the “Science and Practise of Writing” and receiving the 27 letters of the Hebrew alphabet, cut in iron from Procop Waldvogel, (c.

Responsa in a Moment Since the days of the Mishna years ago, whenever Jews have had a serious ethical or legal problem, they have sent a written question to the rabbi of their choice who has written a detailed reply based upon the Bible, the Babylonian Talmud, commentaries to.

The book looks at questions asked between — when the Jews were expelled from Spain — and Originating from all over the Sephardic world, the responsa discuss such diverse topics as the rules of conduct for Ottoman Jewish sea traders, the trials of an ex-husband accused of a robbery, and the rights of a sexually abused wife.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Vol. 1 published: Vol. 2 edited by Kassel Abelson and David J. Fine. Description: volumes. Understanding that First Corinthians is a "responsa" will help you better understand what Paul is saying. 1 A "responsa" is, according to Merriam Websters Online Dictionary: “a written decision from a rabbinic authority in response to a submitted question or problem.” Remember Paul was a Jew who had studied under a very prominent Jewish teacher and was probably on track to become such a.

Reform Responsa for the Twenty-First Century: Sh’eilot Ut’shuvot is the latest in an ongoing series of Reform Responsa. Drawing from the breadth of traditional and modern Jewish texts, law, and ideology, this two volumes set addresses over seventy contemporary topics, including conversion of adopted children, fertility treatments.

Samuel ben Isaac Nedivot and his son Isaac – Jewish refugees from Portugal, set up the first printing press on the African continent, notably in Fez, they printed the first book in the continent – an almost exact copy of the Sefer Abudarham which they helped to produce in at the Eliezer Toledano press in Lisbon.

The book is a testimony on the resilience of the. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Freehof, Solomon Bennett, Reform responsa.

[New York] Ktav Pub. House, [©] (OCoLC) This breathtakingly moving book documents the remarkable continuity of religious life under the horrendous conditions of Nazi-occupied Lithuania.

The Jews of the Kovno ghetto went to Rabbi Ephraim Oshry, one of the remaining religious authorities in the ghetto, and posed their questions to him.

He answered their questions and recorded each and every query by copying it onto scraps that he tore 5/5(1). Responsa are the answers given by authorities in Jewish law to questions put to them (in Hebrew sheelot u-teshuvot, ‘questions and answers’). From the Geonic Period. There are occasional references in the Talmud to letters sent by one Rabbi to another asking for information in matters of law but the Responsa activity proper dates from the period of the Geonim, when the practice developed Author: Rabbi Louis Jacobs.

Inthe Responsa Project was awarded the prestigious Israel Prize for Torah Literature. Responsa Project today: The Online Responsa Project encompasses the best of the Jewish sources representing a period of over three thousand years of heritage and tradition.

All texts are fully and professionally typed in, proofread and hyper-linked. This volume is a revised and expanded edition of Rabbi Kleins responsa (Ktav, ), which is considered a classic example of Conservative responsa.

Kleins approach to Halakhah is flexible but fully grounded in the sources. He deals with topics such as civil marriage, abortion, autopsies, the kashrut of cheese, advertising practices and more.

Address: Route 59 Ste 12 Airmont, NY Phone: () Email: [email protected] Working Days/Hours: Mon - Thu / AM - PM. » About Responsa for Today website Since the days of the Mishna years ago, whenever Jews have had a serious ethical or legal problem, they have sent a written question to the rabbi of their choice who has written a detailed reply based upon the Bible, the Babylonian Talmud, commentaries to the Talmud and codes of Jewish law.

The questions included in this volume reflect the concerns of Reform Jews at the time the book was published, and much of it is still relevant today.

Table of Contents pages: 1 2 Cover Page 1 buy. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page. See actions taken by the people who manage and post ers: : Responsa Anthology () by Finkel, Avraham Yaakov and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.5/5(1).

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