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El Talmud y la Sabiduría Rabínica a la Luz de Yeshúa HaMashiaj (Jesús el Cristo). Tomo II: Tratado de Eruvin By Lauro Eduardo Ayala Serrano
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Una selección de los mejores textos del Tratado de Eruvin, uno de los 27 tomos que conforman el Talmud. Enseñanzas explicadas por el doctor en religión, Lauro Eduardo Ayala... More > Serrano, que nos harán entender nuestro cristianismo desde la matriz judía para hacernos crecer como seres humanos.< Less
Divrei Ohr Nedorim Perek 1 By simcha goldberg
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A comprehensive explanation and commentary on the first ten Daf of this Perek
pea-dmai-ter-mass-halla By lewis gluck
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Jerusalem Talmud with a short commentary for peah demai terumoth maasroth hallah
yerushalmi-beza-tan-meg-mk-chgg By shia gluck
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Jerusalem Talmud Masektoth Taanis thru chagigah with short glosses
Elu Hen haNekhenakin Sourcebook By Richard Hidary
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A sourcebook for studying chapter Elu Hen haNekhenakin in the Talmud. The sourcebook includes text of the Mishnah, Tosefta, Midrash Halakha, Yerushalmi, Bavli (Vilna edition and Yemenite manuscript),... More > Yefe Enayim, Ozar haGeonim, Hidushe haRan, Rambam, and Sefer Hinukh.< Less
Hebraic Literature By Maurice H. Harris
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HEBRAIC LITERATURE: TRANSLATIONS FROM THE TALMUD, MIDRASHIM AND KABBALA WITH SPECIAL INTRODUCTION BY MAURICE H. HARRIS. A very readable collection of Jewish literature, including extracts from the... More > Talmud, Midrash and Kabbalah. The Talmud, the primary source for Jewish religious traditions and laws, could be considered the first hypertext. However, this has prevented its conversion to electronic form, due to its complexity and size. This large compilation of Talmudic extracts will serve to illustrate this rich tradition. The Talmud extracts are sorted by numerical references (with some intervening themes).< Less
Mishneh Torah - Book One - The Code of Jewish Law: The Book of Knowledge By Bruce Delmont
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English Translation. In this volume: HaMadda' (Knowledge): 1.Yesodei ha-Torah: Belief in God and other Jewish principles of faith 2.De'ot: general proper behavior 3.Talmud Torah: see Torah... More > study 4.Avodah Zarah: the prohibition against idolatry 5.Teshuvah: the law and philosophy of repentance< Less
Conceptual Laws and Customs of Christmas By Joseph Kasser
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If Christmas had been a Jewish holiday, the laws and customs of Christmas would have been published and might look something like in this satire. The detailed laws and customs cover the following;... More > • Preparing for Christmas including when to start the preparations • The tree including the type and size • Decorating the tree including the need for symmetry • The Christmas lights including the types • Gifts and gift giving including when they may be opened and distinguishing between childish and adult gifts • The office party including where and when it should take place • The festive meals including what should be eaten at each meal • Santa Claus; the myths and reality • Rituals of the synagogue service for each service including when to say Hallel and with and without a blessing • Christmas and Chanukah; distinguishing between them< Less
The Commentary on the Book of Psalms 81-100 with Midrash Tehillim, Volume 5 By Duane Miller
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The Commentary on the Book of Psalms 81-100 with Midrash Tehillim, Volume 5. The hermeneutic approach for interpreting the Psalms is from a Torah perspective examining the theological, historical,... More > moral, and spiritual perspectives. This unique commentary is a verse by verse exposition on the Psalms and the rabbinic commentary. Every chapter of the Book of Psalms is treated as a separate chapter in this book. Each chapter is composed of two major divisions: (i) examining and comparing the original Hebrew (Masoretic Text), Aramaic (Targum Pseudo Jonathan), and Greek (Septuagint) translations of the Psalms for a greater understanding of the words of David and (ii) studying Midrash Tehillim, the Rabbinic commentary on the Psalms. Is our understanding of God consistent with how David understood God and His promises? We also will be looking at parallels in the Rabbinic commentary to New Testament thought. Knowledge of Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek are not necessary to read this book.< Less
Midrash Tanhuma By Bruce Delmont
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English translation. A collection of Jewish commentaries on the Hebrew Scriptures first written between A.D. 400 and 1200, and based on exegesis, parable, and haggadic legend that goes beyond simple... More > distillation of religious, legal or moral teachings.< Less

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