Anthonius Margaritha and the Jewish Faith: Jewish Life and

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Leibowitz, Nehama, various works in xerox form (before her passing, the most popular Bible teacher in modern Israel). Of that population of connected Jews, 80% participated in some sort of Jewish religious observance, but only 48% belonged to a synagogue. If I’m Jewish And Believe in Jesus, Will I Stop Being Jewish? Practice is the metaphor we use for the spiritual journey. Many non-religious Jews make a point of attending synagogue services and fasting on Yom Kippur.
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Bar Mitzvah

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However, the fact that kashrut was an essential feature of Jewish life for so many centuries should motivate the Jewish family to study it and to consider whether or not it may enhance the sanctity of their home. Rabbi Wasserman, his family, his students, and their teachers remained in Poland, where they were murdered by the Nazis. David was not allowed to build the temple because he had been involved in many wars, and it was thus inappropriate for him to build a temple representing peace.
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Impurity and Sin in Ancient Judaism

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Nethanel did not want to show off and thereby cause envy. Today is the thirty-first day of the economic siege, ordered to humiliate the Italian people and stop its march to victory. World is full of beings existing that we cannot see or understand. Let the mother go, and take only the young, in order that you may fare well and have a long life.” (Deuteronomy 22:6-7) Ramban (Moses ben Nachman, Nachmanides, 1194-1270) in his commentary to the Torah wrote: “This also is an explanatory commandment of the prohibition you shall not kill it [the mother] and its young both in one day (Leviticus 22:28).
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Kosher (Walk in the Light, Volume 9)

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Utensils (including pots and pans and other cooking surfaces) that have come into contact with meat may not be used with dairy, and vice versa. While penitence begins with the quest for self-perfection, it ultimately “overflows into the endeavor to perfect society and the world.”22 Even more controversially, from the perspective of many Orthodox leaders of his day, Kook’s teachings about tikkun and his perception of holiness of all of humanity became a springboard for a redemptive religious Zionism.
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We Have Sinned: Sin and Confession in

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Instead, Judaism requires a mourner to stand up every day, publicly (i.e., in front of a minyan, a quorum of 10 adult men), and reaffirm faith in G-d despite this loss. That may be buttressed by rabbinic precedent. But even since ancient times this was no longer obligatory: "By this injunction we are commanded that a deceased brother's wife is to perform Chalitzah (i.e. taking off the shoe) on her brother-in-law, if he will not marry her..."
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A Student's Obligation: Advice from the Rebbe of the Warsaw

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But more than that, the rabbis make it clear that the general use of the word ger in the Bible refers to what they term a ger tzedek, a gentile who has converted and become a Jew. Moreover, they had experienced firsthand the power of Jewish values and a participatory Judaism that enhanced their Jewish identity. For Christians, Jesus replaced Jewish law. His academy at B'nai B'rak (not far from present-day Tel Aviv) was filled with thousands of disciples.
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Shabbat

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In these early years of immigration the newcomers were generally poor people with limited education who were relatively orthodox in observance and belief. Judaism unlike Christianity focuses more on this life than the afterlife-which is hardly mentioned in their scriptures and highly debatable. [1] Behavior is also more important than faith. [2] Satan never rebelled against YHWH but was created for the purpose of tempting people-usually Satan is more a symbol than an actual being. [3] It would be blasphemous and a violation of monotheism to regard him as a rival to YHWH, as Satan is in some forms of Christianity.
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Yom Haatzmaut & Yom Yerushalyim Machzor: Ashkenazi

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In addition to synagogues, other buildings of significance in Judaism include yeshivas, or institutions of Jewish learning, and mikvahs, which are ritual baths. For it is written, 'Whose flesh is as the flesh of asses' (Ez. 23:20)." [Shila] saw that the man was going to go and report this to them, saying that he had called them asses. [Shila] said, "This man is a persecutor, and the Torah has said that if one comes to kill you, forestall the matters by killing him first [cf. Seforim Online has also has scanned seforim, from many sources.
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Lubavitcher Rabbi's Memoirs: A History of the Orgins of

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The Mishna is comprised of six books, or sedarim: Zeraim, dealing with the laws of food and agriculture, Moed, dealing with the laws of holidays, Nashim, which deals with relationships between men and women, Nezikin, dealing with the laws of money and property, Kedoshim, which deals with the laws of the Temple and its vessels, and Tehorot, which deals with the laws of ritual purity and impurity. Studying Jewish texts is also a religious act.
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Hasidic Prayer (Littman Library of Jewish Civilization)

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It was the only form of Jewish practice prior to the 18th century and the emergence of reform Judaism. Is this really what the honest seeker after Eternal Truth should pursue? In addition to synagogues, other buildings of significance in Judaism include yeshivas, or institutions of Jewish learning, and mikvahs, which are ritual baths. What goes where, and what comes along with them? Inspired by the Jewish tradition that the coming of the messiah would be preceded by horrendous catastrophes, a group of rabbis established a community in Ẕefat (Safed), Palestine, where, in anticipation of the new dawn, every aspect of life was conducted on principles of saintliness and mystical contemplation.
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