4 edition of Yad Latorah: Laws and Customs of the Torah Service: found in the catalog.
Yad Latorah: Laws and Customs of the Torah Service:
Kenneth S. Goldrich
by United Synagogue of Conservative Judais Mbly
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||121|
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Yad LaTorah: Laws and Customs of the Torah Service: a Guide for Gabba'im and Torah Readers Kenneth S. Goldrich United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism and the Rabbinical Assembly, Jan 1, - Bible - Yad Latorah: Laws and Customs of the Torah Service: book.
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The Mishneh Torah was compiled between and CE ( and AM), while Maimonides was living in Egypt, and is regarded as. Jewish practice involves a number of special objects, referred to as ritual objects or Judaica. Many people like to use, or even collect, beautifully crafted objects, honoring the concept of hiddur mitzvah, beautification of the mitzvah.
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Yad Lachim watch. Community. Yad Laem. Nonprofit Organization. Yad. The Torah is written in Hebrew, the oldest of Jewish languages. It is also known as Torat Moshe, the Law of Moses. The Torah is the first section or first five books of the Jewish bible.
Mishneh Torah is Maimonides ’ magnum opus. Also known as Yad HaChazakah (“Strong Hand”)—since yad has the numerical value of 14, the number of books in the digest—it is a compendium of the entire Oral Torah. In his introduction, Maimonides explains that it includes the ordinances, customs, and decrees that were enacted from the time of Moses.
The tradition of reading the Torah out loud in synagogue dates back to the time of practice of "completing" the Torah reading with a passage from the Navi, called the haftarah, is mentioned in thethe Torah is divided into 54 portions, one to be read each Shabbat, with two portions read together twice during the year.
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Silver. Bimah, also spelled Bima, also called Almemar, orAlmemor, (from Arabic al-minbar, “platform”), in Jewish synagogues, a raised platform with a reading desk from which, in the Ashkenazi (German) ritual, the Torah and Hafṭarah (a reading from the prophets) are read on the Sabbath and festivals.
In the Sephardic (Spanish) rite, the entire service is conducted from a platform called a teba. Although they do not discard the laws and customs of the Shulḥan 'Aruk, they still attach more importance to worship than to religious observance.
In their service they follow to a large extent the Sephardic ritual, although they have retained the Ashkenazic pronunciation of Hebrew (see Ḥasidim; Ba'al Shem-Ṭob). —Biblical Data: The right side of things is recognized in many ways as better than the left.
The south and north sides of the earth are distinguished as "yamin" (right) and "sem'ol' (left; Job xxiii. 9), the right being the sunnier, brighter side, and the left the bleak and dark side, ill .And the Torah is considered a direct dictation, which is why the Five Book of Moses have a unique position among all holy books of the Jewish people and a unique authority in the Jewish world.
Having learned the Oral Law and with the Ten Commandments in hand, Moses came down the mountain and what he saw shocked him to such an extent that he.To call the Torah the most sacred text in Judaism is an understatement.
Without Torah, there would be no Judaism. Through the Torah, a Jewish person is connected to God. The Torah existed before God.