The Written and Oral Torah: A Comprehensive Introduction

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Jason Aronson Incorporated, 1997 - Religion - 284 pages
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In The Written and Oral Torah: A Comprehensive Introduction, Rabbi Nathan T. Lopes Cardozo offers those interested in Jewish tradition an explanation of and basic insight into Judaism's classical sources. Containing a diverse selection of material culled from the Talmud and from the writings of many of Judaism's most gifted sages, this extensive volume will be a valuable resource for novice students as well as for those with some background in Torah study.

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Contents

The Eternal Nature of the Torah
15
The Hebrew Language
34
Mitzvot
52
Copyright

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Nathan T. Lopes Cardozo was schooled in Amsterdam, Holland. He received his rabbinical ordination from Gateshead Talmudic College, England, in 1972. In 1976 he moved to Israel, where he studied at the Rabbinical Institute for Higher Rabbinical Studies of Chief Rabbi Unterman and at Yeshivath Mir in Jerusalem. He taught at Neve Yerushalaim College for Women and Michlala Jerusalem College for Women. Presently, he is Associate Dean at the Isralight Institute in the Old City of Jerusalem.

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