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Rabbi and Yaakov
The Mishnah has many sayings about the World to Come, for example, " Rabbi Yaakov said: This world is like a lobby before the World to Come ; prepare yourself in the lobby so that you may enter the banquet hall.
At the age of 17 he married and soon after went to learn in the yeshiva of Rabbi Yaakov ben Yakar in Worms, returning to his wife three times yearly, for the Days of Awe, Passover and Shavuot.
When Rabbi Yaakov died in 1064, Rashi continued learning in Worms for another year in the yeshiva of his relative, Rabbi Isaac ben Eliezer Halevi, who was also chief rabbi of Worms.
There are those who attribute Sifra diTzni ` uta to the patriach Yaakov ; however, Rabbi Eliezer Tzvi of Kamarno in his book Zohar Chai wrote, " Sifra diTzni ` uta was composed by Rashbi ... and he arranged from baraitas which were transmitted to Tannaim from mount Sinai from the days of Moshe, similar to the way Rabeinu HaKadosh arranged the six orders of Mishnah from that which was repeated from before.
The nine are: Rabbi Eliezer his son, Rabbi Abba, Rabbi Yehuda, Rabbi Yossi bar Yaakov, Rabbi Yitzchak, Rabbi Chezkiyah bar Rav, Rabbi Chiyya, Rabbi Yossi and Rabbi Yisa.
As described in the Idra Rabba, before the Idra disjourned, three of the students died: Rabbi Yossi bar Yaakov, Rabbi Chezkiyah bar Rav, and Rabbi Yisa.
* Rabbi Yaakov ben Yakar
This course of study is overseen by Rabbi Yaakov Varhaftig.
This course of study is overseen by Rabbi Yaakov Varhaftig.
Leon Kieres, the President of IPN, also met in New York with Rabbi Jacob Baker ( formerly Yaakov Eliezer Piekarz ) who had emigrated in 1938 from Jedwabne to the United States.
These include Rabbi Meir Margolius, chief rabbi of Lemberg and later Ostroha, and author of Meir Netivim ( a work of halachic responsa ) and other works ; Rabbi Yaakov Yosef Hakohen, rabbi of Polnoy ; Rabbi Dovid Halperin, rabbi of Ostroha ; Rabbi Israel of Satinov, author of Tiferet Yisrael ; Rabbi Yoseph Heilperin of Slosowitz ; and Rabbi Dov Ber of Mezrich ( AKA the Maggid of Mezritch ) to whose great authority as a Talmudist it was chiefly due that Besht s doctrines ( though in an essentially altered form ) were introduced into learned circles.

Rabbi and Emden
The Emden-Eybeschutz controversy was a serious rabbinical disputation with wider political ramifications in Europe that followed the accusations by Rabbi Jacob Emden ( 1697 – 1776 ) who was a fierce opponent of the Sabbateans, against Rabbi Jonathan Eybeschutz ( 1690 – 1764 ) whom he accused of being a secret Sabbatean.
Rabbi Jacob Emden ( 1697 – 1776 ) was Talmudic scholar and leading opponent of the Sabbatians.
Rabbi Jacob Emden was a student of his father Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch ben Yaakov Ashkenazi a Rabbi in Amsterdam.
According to the Jewish Encyclopedia article on Gentile: Gentiles May Not Be Taught the Torah, Rabbi Jacob Emden ( 1697 – 1776 ) claimed:
In 1755, when the Gaon was thirty-five, Rabbi Jonathan Eybeschütz, then sixty-five years old, applied to him for an examination of and decision concerning his amulets, which were a subject of discord between himself and Rabbi Jacob Emden.
Rabbi Emden of the 18th century was of the opinion that Jesus ' original objective, and especially Paul's, was only to convert Gentiles to Noahide Law while allowing Jews to follow full Mosaic Law.
Additionally, according to Rabbi Jacob Emden, the Fast of the Firstborn, like the Fast of Esther ( which occurs approximately a month prior ), commemorates the salvation of the Jews from the plot of Haman.
Rabbi Jacob Emden accused him of heresy ; see The Emden-Eybeschutz Controversy.
* Jacob Emden ( 1697 – 1776 ), Rabbi, talmudist, and prominent opponent of the Shabbethaians

Rabbi and d
A third such work was that of Rabbi Asher ben Yechiel ( d. 1327 ).
In the Ashkenazi community of Eastern Europe, later religious authorities including the Vilna Gaon ( d. 1797 ) and Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi ( d. 1812 ) ( The Baal HaTanya ) believed in the authenticity of the Zohar.
** Shlomo Goren, Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel ( d. 1994 )
* October 3 – Rabbi Binyamin Ze ' ev Kahane, Israeli settler leader ( d. 2000 )
* December 3 – Rabbi Yitzhak HaLevi Herzog, Polish-born Chief Rabbi of Ireland and of Israel ( d. 1959 )
** Menasseh Ben Israel, Jewish Rabbi ( d. 1657 )
** Samuel Eidels, Rabbi and Talmudist ( d. 1631 )
** Joshua Falk, Rabbi and commentator ( d. 1614 )
* Rabbi Isaac Alfasi ( Rif ), Moroccan Talmudist and posek ( d. 1103 )
* Rabbi Isaac ben Moses of Vienna ( d. 1270 )
** Elimelech of Lizhensk, Orthodox Jewish Rabbi and one of the great Hassidic Rebbes of the past ( d. 1577 )
** Rabbi Yosef Karo, Jewish scholar ( d. 1575 )
* Rabbi David Kimhi, biblical commentator ( d. 1235 )
An emphasis on minute details of words and spellings, already used among the Pharisees as bases for argumentation, reached its height with the example of Rabbi Akiva ( d. 135 CE ).
* Resh Lakish ( d. late 3rd century ), disciple of Judah haNasi, Rabbi Yannai and others, and colleague of Rabbi Yochanan.
* Rabbi Yochanan ( d. 279 or 289 ), disciple of Judah haNasi and Rabbi Yannai.
* Rabbi Abbahu ( d. early 4th century ), disciple of Rabbi Yochanan.
* Judah III ( d. early 4th century ), disciple of Rabbi Johanan bar Nappaha.
* Rava ( d. 352 ), disciple of Rabbah, Rav Yosef, and Rav Nachman, and possibly Rabbi Yochanan.

Rabbi and .
His father was a good friend of Rabbi Szold, and Joe lived with the Szolds for a while.
Henrietta, however, was at that time engaged in a lengthy correspondence with Joe's older and more serious brother, Morris, who was just about her own age and whom she had got to know well during trips to Philadelphia with Papa, when he substituted for Rabbi Jastrow at Rodeph Shalom Temple there during its Rabbi's absence in Europe.
and she recited `` Hector's Farewell To Andromache '' most movingly, to the special delight of Rabbi Jastrow at his home in Germantown near Philadelphia, where the Szold girls took turns visiting between the visits of the Jastrow boys at the Szolds' in Baltimore.
He was told to ask for Rabbi Melzi at the synagogue on Saturday afternoon.
Rabbi Melzi smiled at him with infinitely old but merry eyes.
The famous Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook stated that love is the most important attribute in humanity.
Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto in particular focused on the ' purpose of creation ' and how the will of God was to bring creation into perfection and adhesion with this upper force.
Modern Kabbalah developed by Rabbi Yehuda Ashlag, in his writings about the future generation, focuses on how society could achieve an altruistic social framework.
Thus, a Rabbi, a Catholic priest, and an agnostic might agree that, in this particular case, the best approach is to withhold extraordinary medical care, while disagreeing on the reasons that support their individual positions.
Although there is no reference to reincarnation in the Talmud or any prior writings, according to rabbis such as Rabbi Avraham Arieh Trugman, reincarnation is recognized as being part and parcel of Jewish tradition.
Rabbi Trugman explains that it is through oral tradition that the meanings of the Torah, its commandments and stories, are known and understood.
Rabbi Trugman states that in the last five centuries the concept of reincarnation, which until then had been a much hidden tradition within Judaism, was given open exposure.
Rabbi Shraga Simmons commented that within the Bible itself, the idea reincarnation is intimated in Deut.
Rabbi Yirmiyahu Ullman wrote that reincarnation is an " ancient, mainstream belief in Judaism.
" The Zohar, written by Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai close to two thousand years ago, makes frequent and lengthy references to reincarnation.
Other well-known rabbis who are reincarnationists include Rabbi Yonassan Gershom, Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, Talmud scholar Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, Rabbi DovBer Pinson, Rabbi David M. Wexelman, Rabbi Zalman Schachter, and many others.

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