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Sefer Hahinnuch

Charles Wengrov

Sefer Hahinnuch

Numbers & Part I of Deuteronomy (Sefer Hahinnuch Vol. 4)

by Charles Wengrov

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Published by Philipp Feldheim Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Judaism - Rituals & Practice,
  • Judaism,
  • Education

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages500
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8376710M
    ISBN 100873064577
    ISBN 109780873064576

    Some say that Rabbi Aharon and Rabbi Pinchas were brothers, while others say they were unrelated. There are three basic approaches taken by the commentators on Shulchan Aruch explaining why one may be lenient today: 1 The Rama considers that in general when purchasing a product that contains wheat without knowing its originone is faced with a double doubt sfek sfeika. A master who causes his male slave to lose an eye, tooth or limb must grant him freedom, but the female maidservant is not granted such freedom. This punishment counts once, even though it appears in many different contexts.

    It applies to wasting energy, clothing, water, money, and more. Learn why mixing species of plants is forbidden due to conflicting angelic forces and why we may not break a bone of the Pascal sacrifice the Torah takes a behaviorist approach. Commandments that were derived using the 13 hermeneutic rules Rabbi Yishmael 's Rules are not counted. Each mitzva is clearly presented in a grey box along with the verse, in both English and Hebrew, which the mitzva is based upon. I lent them to you for wise use only; never forget that I lent them to you.

    Commandments that are not historically permanent are not counted. By Yonatan Neril The commandment of bal tashchit—do not destroy or waste—has long been considered central to a Jewish environmental ethic. For example, the four species for Sukkot are considered one commandment, not four, because a person cannot fulfill this commandment without all four species. As soon as you use them unwisely, be it the greatest or the smallest, you commit treachery against My world, you commit murder and robbery against My property, you sin against Me! May we merit a heightened awareness of our Provider through the bringing of the korban Omer and the proper fulfillment of all the laws of yoshon, speedily in our days.


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Sefer Hahinnuch book

Sefer Hachinuch / Book of Mitzvos

Henry Abramson is a specialist in Jewish history and thought, serving as dean at the mighty Avenue J campus of Touro College. The book is organized according to the sequential appearance of the commandments in each Torah reading, making it ideal for weekly study.

Indeed, certain practices in Western society directly conflict with the principle of bal tashchit. This allows readers to better understand the mysterious world of korbanot, and which korbanot are to be brought for which transgressions.

This last statement is a reason that explains the preceding prohibition, so it is not counted separately. Premise[ edit ] In the work, the Rambam lists all the mitzvot traditionally contained in the Torah Pentateuch.

If they can help it, they prevent any destruction with all the means at their disposal. Upon request, special time will be set aside for beginners either before or after the class for questions and discussion. The OU is often called-upon to comment on various OU certified products.

I lent them to you for wise use only; never forget that I lent them to you. Jewish tradition widely forbids wasteful acts. Related Articles. A summary of the Mitzvot arranged according to the weekly Torah portion.

Where feasible, we will provide a cut-off on production dates before which the consumer can safely know that the product is in fact Yoshon.

Philosophy, esoteric ideas, practical application, thoughtful conversation and interesting women all converge in this multi-year long series based on the book Sefer HaChinuch, The Book of Education. The verses that introduce this mitzvah describe a war against an external enemy, but the rabbis make clear that the real battle to be waged is within ourselves, against a tendency to be wasteful.

Sefer HaChinuch explains that just as one may not partake from a food until a beracha is recited, so too we must wait to eat from the new crop of grains until the korban Omer is brought, to show that we recognize that Hashem is the source of all of our sustenance.

Why Yoshon? We will explore how the Jewish tradition widely forbids wasteful acts, how wasting contributes to degradation of the planet, and how not wasting can help us improve our lives both physically and spiritually.

Sefer Hamitzvot

If Jews must not cut down fruit trees in the extreme case of a war of conquest, when destruction is the norm, how much the more so does this apply to normal life. Each mitzva is clearly presented in a grey box along with the verse, in both English and Hebrew, which the mitzva is based upon.

The Sefer HaChinuch, on the other hand, sought to satisfy the basic curiosity of an adolescent youth.Email this Article Sefer ha-Chinuch. Sefer Hamitzvot -- Complete Translation. Translated by Berel Bell. A new translation of Rambam’s definitive work, with informative notes, arranged according to the daily study schedule established by the Rebbe.

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A new translation of Rambam’s definitive work, with informative notes, arranged according to the daily study schedule. Sefer Hahinnuch, the Book of Education: Genesis-Exodus E NGLISH. Languages we specialize in are English, Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Spanish, Ladino, Russian and French.

In the thirteenth century an anonymous Spanish scholar arranged the Mitzvot parsha by sylvaindez.com Rating: % positive. That said, the Jewish sages reveal a high degree of sensitivity when it comes to waste. According to the Sefer HaChinuch (13th century, Spain, author unknown), righteous Jews “do not allow the loss of even a grain of mustard, being distressed at the sight of any loss or sylvaindez.com: Yonatan Neril.

Clean text, good binding. pages. DJ has scratches Ascribed to Rabbi Aaron haLevi of Barcelona. Text in Hebrew and English. This volume is Volume IV: Numbers &. Jan 28,  · Sefer HaChinuch, however, was distinguished by one highly unusual feature: unlike the other monei ha’mitzvot, the Book of Education attempted to answer why each commandment exists.

Other scholars, Maimonides and Nachmanides among them, relegated this crucial question to more-sophisticated philosophical works.