A Guide to Jewish Religious Practice...

This is the most detailed and comprehensive guide to Jewish practice for home and synagogue, written in the spirit of Modern Orthodox and Conservative movements.

VI CONTENTSV. The Sabbath ( II): Prohibition Against work 76- 94 Carrying 81, Muqtseh 83, Shevut 84, Traveling 85, Fire, Electric Lights, and Automatic Devices 87, Preparation of Food 87, Treatment of the Sick 88, Sports and Amusements 89, A Gentile Working for a Jew 90, Sabbath Boundaries 91, Electrical Appliances 92, Miscellaneous 93, Conclusion 94. VI. The Festivals: Introduction 95- 102 Preface 96, Work on the Festivals 97,   Eruv Tavshilin 99, The Second Day of the Festival 99. VII. Pesah ( I) 103- 118 Introduction 104, Four Parashiyot 106, Shabbat Hagadol 108, The Month of Nisan 109, The Eve of Passover 109, The Dis-posal of Leaven 110, Kashering of Utensils 112, Forbidden Foods 114, The First Night of Passover 117. VIII. Pesah( II) 119- 130 The Seder 120. IX. Pesah( III) 131- 140 The Morning Service 132, The Counting of the Omer 134, The Second Day 136, The Intermediate Days 136, The Concluding Days of Pesah 139. X. Sefirah and Shavuot 141- 153 Sefirah 142, Shavuot 147. XI. Sukkot 155- 173 Introduction 156, Preliminary Observances 160, The Building of a Sukkah 160, The Four Species 162, Services 163, The Intermediate Days 166, Rabbah 167, Shemini 4Atseret 168, Simhat Torah 170.   Chapter Home  | TOC  | Index

A Guide to Jewish Religious Practice


About Book A Guide to Jewish Religious Practice

Front Matter Front CoverFront FlapTitle PageCopyright PageTable Of ContentsAbbreviationsTable of Transliterations Foreword Preface ContentsINTRODUCTIONIntroductionUpon Arising in the Morning: The TsitsitTefilinDAILY PRAYERDaily PrayerSourcePreparationsTimeThe MinyanShaharitBirkhot HashaharPesuqei DezimrahThe Shema' The 'AmidahVariations and Insertions in the 'AmidahHazarat HashatsTahanunThe Briefer Form of TahanunRules Regarding TahanunThe Longer TahanunDays on Which Tahanun Is Not saidAvinu MalkeinuQeri'at HaTorahProcedureThe Number of People to be CalledPrescribed ReadingsReturn of the Torah to the ArkConcluding PrayersMinhahThe QaddishBLESSINGS FOR VARIOUS OCCASIONSBlessings for Various OccasionsBlessings Before FoodGrace After MealsBirkhot HaneheninBenedictions of ThanksgivingWashing the Hands before MealsThe Laws of MezuzahCovering the HeadTHE SABBATH (|): LITURGYThe Sabbath (I)Preparation for the SabbathLighting the Sabbath CandlesEvening ServicesFriday Night at HomeLate Friday Night ServicesSabbath MorningThe Musaf ServiceThe Sabbath Noon MealSabbath AfternoonMinhahSe'udah ShelishitEvening ServiceHavdalah ServiceTHE SABBATH (II): PROHIBITION AGAINST WORKThe Sabbath (II) Prohibition Against WorkCarryingMuqtsehShevutTravelingFire, Electric Lights, and Automatic DevicesPreparation of FoodTreatment of the SickSports and AmusementsA Gentile Working for a JewSabbath BoundariesElectrical AppliancesMiscellaneousConclusionTHE FESTIVALS: INTRODUCTIONThe Festivals IntroductionPrefaceWork on the Festivals'Eruv TavshilinThe Second Day of the FestivalPESAH (I)Pesah (I)IntroductionThe Four ParashiyotShabbat SheqalimShabbat ZakhorShabbat ParahShabbat HahodeshShabbat HagadolThe Month of NisanMa'ot ? if tinThe Eve of PassoverThe Disposal of LeavenThe Search for LeavenThe Nullification of LeavenThe Selling of LeavenThe Burning of LeavenKashering of UtensilsForbidden FoodsThe First Night of PassoverPESAH (II)Pesah (II)The SederPreliminariesThe Seder PlateThe SederFour Cups of WineThe Cup of ElijahRecliningPESAH (III)Pesah (III)The Morning ServiceThe Counting of the OmerThe Second DayThe Intermediate DaysThe Concluding Days of PesahSEFIRAH AND SHAVU'OTSefirah and Shavu'otSefirahPesah SheiniLag Ba'OmerShloshet Yemei HagbalahPirqei AvotShavu'otObservanceSpecial Observances for Shavu'ot'AqdamutThe Book of RuthThe Eating of Dairy DishesConfirmationSUKKOTSukkotIntroductionPreliminary ObservancesThe Building of a SukkahThe Four SpeciesServicesThe Intermediate DaysHosha'na' RabbahShemini 'AtseretSimhat TorahTHE DAYS OF AWE (I)The Days of Awe (I)IntroductionThe Month of ElulSelihot'Erev Rosh HashanahRosh HashanahEvening ServicesThe Morning ServiceTorah ReadingTHE DAYS OF AWE (II)The Days of Awe (II)The ShofarFit for SoundingTime and PlaceThe Order of the Sounding of the ShofarTashlikhMinhah and Ma'arivTHE DAYS OF AWE (III)The Days of Awe (III)'Aseret Yemei TeshuvahYom Kippur: Introduction'Erev Yom KippurRituals of AbstinenceKol NidreiTHE DAYS OF AWE (IV)The Days of Awe (IV)Ma'arivShaharitThe Reading of the TorahMusafMartyrologyMinhahNe'ilahMa'arivTHE MINOR FESTIVALSThe Minor FestivalsHanukkahThe Observance of HanukkahHanukkah ServicesPurimThe Observance of PurimShushan PurimPurim ServicesPurim CustomsPUBLIC FASTSPublic FastsFastingThe Four FastsThe Fast of the Seventeenth of TamuzThe Three WeeksTish'ah Be'avOther Public FastsIndividual FastsROSH HODESHRosh HodeshIntroductionThe Jewish CalendarYom Kippur QatanLiturgyQiddush LevanahQiddush HahamahTHE LAWS OF MOURNING (I)The Laws of Mourning (I)Biqqur HolimPreservation of Life'AninutAutopsiesTransplanting TissueCremationEmbalmingPreparation for BurialFuneralAt the CemeterySuicideTHE LAWS OF MOURNING (II)The Laws of Mourning (II)Shiv'ahSheloshimThe First YearSabbath and Festivals during Shiv'ahTimely and Distant NewsQaddishYahrzeitThe TombstoneThe CemeteryExhumationAddendaTHE DIETARY LAWS (I) SHEHITAHThe Dietary Laws (I) ShehitahIntroductionPermitted Creatures and AnimalsClean and Unclean FowlFishInsects and ReptilesCheeses and WinesShehitahThe KnifeTHE DIETARY LAWS (II) LAWS OF TEREFOT: THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEMThe Dietary Laws (II) Laws of Terefot: Respiratory SystemStructure of the LungsDefects in the LungsColoration of LungsTexture of LungsPerforations in the LungsBlisters, Cysts, SwellingsThe Principle of Tarte Lere'uta (Double Fault)THE DIETARY LAWS (III) LAWS OF TEREFOT: BONE STRUCTURE AND DIGESTIVE SYSTEMThe Dietary Laws (III)Laws of Terefot:Bone Structure and Digestive SystemThe SkullThe Spinal Column and Spinal CordThe RibsThe LegsThe Digestive SystemThe Pharynx and EsophagusThe StomachThe IntestinesThe Liver, Gallbladder, Pancreas, and SpleenTHE DIETARY LAWS (IV) CIRCULATORY SYSTEM; FOWLThe Dietary Laws (IV) Circulatory System; FowlThe HeartThe Liver and SpleenThe KidneysThe Urinary and Reproductive OrgansInjuriesInjuries Caused by FallingA Flayed AnimalThe Flesh of a Living AnimalFowlTHE DIETARY LAWS (V) PORGING AND KASHERINGThe Dietary Laws (V) Porging and KasheringPorgingThe Removal of Forbidden FatSoakingSaltingBroilingTHE DIETARY LAWS (VI) MEAT AND MILK; MIXING OF KOSHER AND NON-KOSHER FOODSThe Dietary Laws (VI) Milk and Meat; Mixing of Kosher and Non-Kosher FoodsSourcesEating Milk and MeatAccidental MixingThe Accidental Mixing of Milk and MeatMeat and Milk DishesAccidental Mixing of DishesAnnulment by Sixty Times the VolumeVariationsExceptionsSubstances That Impart a Disgusting FlavorDoubtful CasesTHE LAWS OF MARRIAGE (I)The Laws of Marriage (I)IntroductionForbidden MarriagesPolygamous MarriagesEngagement, Betrothal, and NuptialsPrerequisites for a Marriage: Consent and KetubahOther RequirementsMinhagim (Marriage Customs)AufrufFasting on the Wedding DayRitual Immersion by the BrideQabbalat QinyanBadeckenThe Bride s Walking Around the GroomThe HuppahThe RingThe Breaking of the GlassYihudTHE LAWS OF MARRIAGE (II)The Laws of Marriage (II)The Marriage CeremonyWhen May Marriages Not Be Performed?Civil MarriageMarriages to Karaites, Benei Israel, Falashas, and SamaritansConditional MarriageMarriage of the Mentally IncapacitatedFictitious MarriageBarrenness and SterilityFamily PlanningAbortionArtificial InseminationRITUAL CIRCUMCISIONRitual CircumcisionTextsIntroductionProcedureAnatomy of the MembrumInstrumentsPeri'ahMetsitsahTimeWho May CircumciseThe ServiceNamegivingRedemption of the FirstbornADOPTIONAdoptionIntroductionAdoption in Jewish lifeHalakhic StipulationsLAWS CONCERNING PROSELYTESLaws Concerning ProselytesTextsAttitudes Regarding Proselytes and ConversionProcedureMiscellaneous LawsTHE DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE (I)The Dissolution of Marriage (I)The 'AgunahAppendixThe Rabbinical Assembly of AmericaAgency AppointmentBeth Din, LondonAgency AppointmentTHE DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE (II): DIVORCEThe Dissolution of Marriage (II) DivorceIntroductionGrounds for DivorceTHE DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE (III) DIVORCE PROCEEDINGSThe Dissolution of Marriage (III) Divorce ProceedingsPreliminariesThe Officiating RabbiThe SoferThe WitnessesThe MaterialWriting the GetThe Text of the GetThe DateThe PlaceThe NamesWitnessesDies Iuridicii: Days When a Get May Not Be GrantedDetailed ProcedureAppendixBet Din of the Rabbinical Assembly of America Certificate of Divorcement in HebrewBeth Din of the Rabbinical Assembly of America Certificate of Decree of DivorceGuide to Correct Spelling of DatesTHE DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE (IV) DELIVERY OF THE GETThe Dissolution of Marriage (IV) Delivery of the GetDelivery Through an AgentThe Case of Kitvu UtenuGet Al Yedei ZikuiHeter Me'ah RabbanimAppendixAgency Appointment for Jewish DivorceAntenuptial AgreementFAMILY PURITY (TOHORAT HAMISHPAHAH) (I)Family Purity (I)IntroductionNiddahLaws of NiddahTevilahFAMILY PURITY (II) THE MIQWEHFamily Purity (II) The MiqwehNow to explain:The natural sources of water would be the following:Back MatterBibliographyEnglishHebrewIndexBack FlapBack Cover
guide jewish religious practice page https publishersrow ebookshuk books hebrew ebooks this most detailed comprehensive home synagogue written spirit modern orthodox conservative movements
eBookshuk Books

Studies in Jewish Education IX: Understanding the Bible in Our Time
The ninth volume of Studies in Jewish Education examines issues relating to Biblical research and instruction.

The Other War: Israelis, Palestinians and the Struggle for Media Supremacy
Stephanie Gutmann, who covered the second intifada, documents in her book, 'The Other War,' how Israel, in spite of or maybe because of its strength as a democracy nearly always loses the battle for soft and sympathetic minds. The Washington Times

The International Critical Commentary (ICC): NUMBERS
A major work of interpretation, which served--according to Baruch Levin's own words--as anchor and compass for his Anchor Bible commentary on Numbers.

Selected Poems of Jehudah Halevi
The gift of song, cherished and tended as it was by the Spanish Jews of the Middle Ages, reached its highest development in the poems of Jehudah Halevi. His love poems are made of dew and fire. But in his poems to Zion there is no such combination of a poet's ordinary artifices. It is his soul that is the instrumentand on his heartstrings is played the song of Israel's hope.

THE EIGHT CHAPTERS OF MAIMONIDES ON ETHICS


Studia Biblica et Ecclesiastica Vol. 3
asdf

THE BOOK OF JUDGES


Talmud: Mesekhet B'rakhot, in 4 volumes
A Study in the development of the Halakha and Haggadah in the Land of Israel and Babylonia.

Tosefta Ki-Fshutah v. 9
qwer

Volume 3, The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia
Created by Reform Rabbis and Jewish Scholars, many of whom escaped from Nazi Germany, the Encyclopedia exhibits a unique sensitivity to all forms of anti-Semitic agitation and malice and makes every effort to find allies among others, especially Christians, to forge a shield for Jewish people in the face of the coming catastrophe.

Collected Writings in Jewish Studies
This collection of articles in Jewish Studies has been authored by, what many consider, the most important scholar of the rabbinic life and literature in the post WWII period.

Legends of the Bible
This is storytelling with a grain of salt and a lot of wit; tales springing from the antiquity of oral tradition, told with sheer delight in the glory of a book transformed by a hundred generations whose daily thoughts and deeds were transformed by The Book.

The Jew in the Literature of England
The Jew in the Literature of England sums up a history of the Jew as he was reflected in the literature of a civilization. Modder's sense of incident and detail, his command of a whole literature, his capacity to develop the social history that underpins literature make his study both absorbing and illuminating.

Studies in Jewish Education VII: The Beginnings of Jewish Educational Institutions
ORIGINS: THE BEGINNINGS OF JEWISH EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics Vol. 3
The most comprehensive work in its class; includes articles on all religions, ethical systems and movements, religious beliefs and customs, philosophical ideas, moral practices, as well as related subjects in anthropology, mythology, folklore, relevant areas of biology, psychology, economics and sociology.

Introduction to the Literature of the Old Testament
Long the standard English work on the subject, now is prepared to work interactively with Hebrew-English Tanakh: the Jewish Bible.

A Commentary on the Book of Genesis (Part II): from Noah to Abraham
By extending his method of exegesis in this volume to another section of the Torah, Cassuto indirectly buttressed his theories with new evidence of the inherent rightness of his approach.

Tosefta Ki-Fshutah v. 11
qerer

The Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges: The Book of Exodus
The Book of Exodus sets before us, as the Hebrews of later ages told it, and in the vivid, picturesque style which the best Jewish historians could always command, the story of the deliverance from Egypt.

Selected Religious Poems of Solomon Ibn Gabirol
Solomon Ibn Gabirol was not only a great poet, but also a great philosopher. His vision was broad and his penetration keen. This volume of translations from this rare singer of the Ghetto limits itself to such of his poems as have been incorporated in or designed for the liturgy of the Synagogue.

Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics Vol. 1
The most comprehensive work in its class; includes articles on all religions, ethical systems and movements, religious beliefs and customs, philosophical ideas, moral practices, as well as related subjects in anthropology, mythology, folklore, relevant areas of biology, psychology, economics and sociology.

The Third Pillar
Through slow and difficult years of impassioned creative effort, the author has summed up, distilled, symbolized the incomparable tragedy of Jewish people into an essentially poetic form that is clear with a great intellectual clarity, as well as majestic with the grandeur of the theme he treats.

Reading Guide and Index, The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia
Great introduction to all areas covered by Encyclopedia. All entries are hyperlinked to relevant Encyclopedia articles.

Divine Law in Human Hands
A revealing look at the reciprocal relationship between the Halakha as an abstract system and the realities of the Jewish life.

To Dwell in Unity: The Jewish Federation Movement in America Since 1960
The 1960s and 1970s were years of turbulent events and historic changes for the Jewish federations of North America. The book▓s title was chosen because unity is the hallmark of the federations. It is this unity that has pervaded the many federation developments in the historic and dramatic years of the 1960s, 1970s, and early 1980s.

The Jewish Encyclopedia Vol. 7
A monumental work which laid the foundation of Jewish scholarship in America. Written by more then 400 contributors from all over the worldmany considered founding fathers of their respective disciplinesthis massive 12-volume Encyclopedia remains unsurpassed in many areas. Each of its 12 volumes was re-created by craftsmen of Varda Graphics, Inc. to look as close to the original as possible, while allowing the reader to take advantage of the latest computer technology.

The Fifty-Third Chapter of Isaiah according to the Jewish interpreters (in 2 vols.)
Collection of printed texts and MSS. by Jewish commentators on the 53rd Chapter of Isaiah, brought together by AD. Nubauer and translated with assistance of S.R.Driver.

Studies in Hebrew Narrative Art (Scripta Hierosolymitana XXVII)
Each of the twelve articles in this volumes illustrates some state of the development of Hebrew narrative prose: from biblical literature though talmudic-midrashic and medieval eras till modern times.

The Jewish Encyclopedia Vol. 8
A monumental work which laid the foundation of Jewish scholarship in America. Written by more then 400 contributors from all over the worldmany considered founding fathers of their respective disciplinesthis massive 12-volume Encyclopedia remains unsurpassed in many areas. Each of its 12 volumes was re-created by craftsmen of Varda Graphics, Inc. to look as close to the original as possible, while allowing the reader to take advantage of the latest computer technology.

Volume 7, The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia
Created by Reform Rabbis and Jewish Scholars, many of whom escaped from Nazi Germany, the Encyclopedia exhibits a unique sensitivity to all forms of anti-Semitic agitation and malice and makes every effort to find allies among others, especially Christians, to forge a shield for Jewish people in the face of the coming catastrophe.

Studies in Hebrew and Ugaritic Psalms
The volume offers a fresh analysis of a central problem of comparative Ugaritic Biblical scholarship: the relationship between biblical psalms and Canaanite literature.

The International Critical Commentary (ICC): GENESIS
An electronic edition of Skinner's main work.

Luah Hashanah 5775
A guide to prayers, readings, laws, and customs for the synagogue and for the home

Hebrew: The Eternal Language
The extraordinary story of the Hebrew language is the subject of this book.

Aspects of the Jewish Economic History
A survey of the far-ranging Jewish contribution to economic progress of the Western world.

Historisch-kritisches Lehrgebäude der hebräischen Sprache (in drei Bänden)
This is the largest compilation of grammatical material for Hebrew Bible.

Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael (3 vols.)
An electronic edition of JPS's original 3-volume set, based on manuscript and early editions.

To Do the Right and the Good
A thought-provoking examination of Jewish social ethics in relation to the mores of contemporary society. In this book, Rabbi Dorff focuses on the social aspects of the Jewish tradition, while tackling such timely topics as war and peace, poverty, intrafaith and interfaith relations, and forgiveness.

The Life of the People in Biblical Times
When books survive as long as our biblical collection has survived, a certain discrepancy between intention and comprehension is inevitable. But if we wish to read attentively, we must make the effort to reconstruct the concrete shell of the past as well as its essential spiritual factors. This is exactly what this book gives us.

Pesikta de-Rab Kahana
A winner of the National Jewish Book Award in 1976, this book is the translation of the Pesikta, a famous collection of midrashim. The Pesikta emerged in a time of deep crisis for the Jewish people, disappeared sometime in the sixteenth century, and was reborn only in the nineteenth century.

Studies in History (Scripta Hierosolymitana XXIII)
This anthology contains such articles as The Holy Congregation in Jerusalem by S. Safrai, Persecutions and Maryrdom in Hadrian's Days by M. D. Herr, The Imperial Court-Jew Wolf Werthheimer as Dimlomatic Mediator by B. Mevorah, To whom did Mendelssohn Reply in his Jerusalem , by Jacob Katz, Caesar: An Economic Biography and its Political Significance by I. Shatzman and others.

Jew or Juif?: Jews, French Canadians, and Anglo-Canadians, 1759-1914
Michael Brown s landmark study offers an unusual perspective on the origins of Canadian-Jewish assimilation in Anglo-Canada and the fear and insecurity that Canadian Jews experienced under the French Canadians.

Tanna Debe Eliyyahu: The Lore of the School of Elijah
Tanna debe Eliyyahu is a midrashic work thought to have been composed between the third and the tenth centuries. Unlike all the other Midrashim, it is a unified work shaped with a character of its own. This work has never before been translated from the original Hebrew.

Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics Vol. 11
The most comprehensive work in its class; includes articles on all religions, ethical systems and movements, religious beliefs and customs, philosophical ideas, moral practices, as well as related subjects in anthropology, mythology, folklore, relevant areas of biology, psychology, economics and sociology.

Jewish Influence on Christian Reform Movements
This work is a study of a few typical Reform Movements or heresies in the history of Catholicism during the Middle Ages and of Protestantism during the Reformation era. It has been undertaken with a view to describing and analyzing the contributions by Jews and Judaism to the rise and development of these movements.

The Mystical Element in Judaism
An alternative to Gershom Scholem's view of Kabbalah by one of the greatest Jewish thinkers; a succinct yet much revealing introduction to Jewish mysticism.

Jews, Pagans and Christians In Conflict
A fresh look at the propaganda wars between Jews and Pagans as well as Christians and Pagans during the first centuries of the common era.

Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics (Electronic Edition in 12 v. plus index, il)
Electronic edition of the most comprehensive work in its class; includes articles on all religions, ethical systems and movements, religious beliefs and customs, philosophical ideas, moral practices, as well as related subjects in anthropology, mythology, folklore, relevant areas of biology, psychology, economics and sociology.

Folk-lore in the Old Testament: Studies in Comparative Religion Legend and Law. Vol. II
Many traces of the old modes of life and thought survive in the form of folklore. A few such relics of ruder times, as they are preserved like fossils in the Old Testament, are illustrated and explained by the author in this book. The second volume covers Jacob and the kidskins, the passage through the Red Sea, the judgment of Solomon, and other stories.

:
, . : , , .