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Rabbi Yochanan ( Biblical Hebrew transliteration: Yoḥanan bar Nafḥa ); ( also known as Rabbi Yochanan bar Nafcha or Johanan bar Nappaha, " Rabbi Yochanan son the blacksmith ," Hebrew: יוחנן בר נפחא )
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Rabbi and Yochanan
A classical rabbinic work, Avoth de-Rabbi Natan, states: " One time, when Rabban Yochanan ben Zakkai was walking in Jerusalem with Rabbi Yehosua, they arrived at where the Temple in Jerusalem now stood in ruins.
Also, the Babylonian Talmud teaches that " Rabbi Yochanan and Rabbi Eleazar both explain that as long as the Temple stood, the altar atoned for Israel, but now, one's table atones the poor are invited as guests " ( Talmud, tractate Berachoth 55a ).
* Resh Lakish ( d. late 3rd century ), disciple of Judah haNasi, Rabbi Yannai and others, and colleague of Rabbi Yochanan.
Among Akiva's other contemporaries were Elisha ben Avuya, Eliezer ben Tzodok, Eleazar ben Azaria, Gamliel II, Yehuda ben Betheira, Yochanan ben Nuri, Yosi Haglili, Rabbi Yishmael and Chanina ben Dosa.
After the destruction of the Temple in 70 CE, Rabbi Yochanan ben Zakai legislated a rabbinical enactment to take the four species for the entire seven days of the holiday in all locations as a commemoration of what was done in the Temple.
Rabbi Moshe Schreiber writes that it is an acronym for his father's name Mattityahu Kohen Ben Yochanan.
The spiritual center of Judaism at that time was Jerusalem, but after the destruction of the city and the Second Temple, Rabbi Yochanan ben Zakai and his students founded a new religious center in Yavne.
According to Rabbi Yochanan, quoting Rabbi Shim ' on bar Yochai, the Jewish people will be redeemed when every Jew observes Shabbat ( the Sabbath ) twice in all its details.
The end of the middle Roman period marks the end of the predominantly Jewish culture of Judea, but also the beginning of Rabbinic Judaism through Rabbi Yochanan Ben Zakai in the city of Yavne.
: Once, Rabbi Yochanan ben Zakkai was walking with his disciple, Rabbi Yehoshua, near Jerusalem after the destruction of the Temple.
Rabbi and Biblical
An example of how different views of the origin of Jewish law inform Conservative approaches to interpreting that law involves the CJLS's acceptance of Rabbi Elie Kaplan Spitz's responsum decreeing the Biblical category of mamzer as " inoperative ", in which The CJLS adopted the Responsum's view that of how, in the Conservative view of Halakha, the " morality which we learn through the unfolding narrative of our tradition " informs the application of Mosaic law:
The name of an important 2nd century CE sage — Ishmael ben Elisha, known as " Rabbi Ishmael " ( רבי ישמעאל ), one of the Tannaim — indicates that the Biblical Ishmael enjoyed a positive image among Jews of the time.
Rabbi Weissmandl claimed that this event was predicted by the Biblical story about the hanging of the 10 sons of Haman, also as a final consequence of a ( failed ) genocidal plan against the Jews.
During the 1970s, members of the Beta Israel, a community of Ethiopian Jews, began to immigrate to Israel after Ovadia Yosef, the Sephardi Chief Rabbi of Israel, ruled that they were descendents of the Biblical Israelites and that they should be eligible for citizenship under Israel's Law of Return.
The book was written by Rabbi Jacob ben Isaac Ashkenazi ( 1550 – 1625 ) of Janowa ( near Lublin, Poland ), and mixes Biblical passages with teachings from Judaism's Oral Law such as the Talmud's Aggada and Midrash, which are sometimes called " parables, allegories, short stories, anecdotes, legends, and admonitions " by secular writers.
Unlike the latter, Bahya did not devote his attention to Talmudic science, but to Biblical exegesis, taking for his model Rabbi Moses ben Nahman who is known as Nahmanides or Ramban, the teacher of Rabbi Solomon ben Adret, who was the first to make use of the Kabbalah as a means of interpreting the Torah.
He is also known as Re ' em ( רא ״ ם ), the Hebrew acronym for " Rabbi Elijah Mizrachi ", coinciding with the Biblical name of an animal, sometimes translated as " unicorn ".
Rabbi and Hebrew
Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz ( Hebrew: עדין שטיינזלץ ) or Adin Even Yisrael ( Hebrew: עדין אבן ישראל ) ( born 1937 ) is a teacher, philosopher, social critic, and spiritual mentor, who has been hailed by Time magazine as a " once-in-a-millennium scholar ".
Its principal founder was Rabbi Zecharias Frankel, who had broken with the German Reform Judaism in 1845 over its rejection of the primacy of the Hebrew language in Jewish prayer and the rejection of the laws of kashrut.
A few instances of gematria in Arabic, Spanish and Greek, spelled with the Hebrew letters, are mentioned in the works of Rabbi Abraham Abulafia ; some Hasidic Rabbis also used it, though rarely, for Yiddish.
* Hebrew Pronunciation, Rabbi Gil Student about how Hebrew should be pronounced in prayer, in accordance with Halakha and Poskim
For example, Saul Lieberman argues that the * names * ( e. g. kal vahomer ) of Rabbi Ishmael's middot are Hebrew translations of Greek terms, although the methods of those middot are not Greek in origin.
Some of the statement's more notable supporters are Rabbi Marc Angel, co-founder of The Rabbinic Fellowship ; Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, founder of Lincoln Square Synagogue, Efrat, and Ohr Torah Stone Institutions ; and Rabbi Avi Weiss, head of the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale, founder of Yeshivat Chovevei Torah and Yeshivat Maharat, and co-founder of The Rabbinic Fellowship.
" Jonathan Sacks, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth ( United Kingdom )
Mosheh ben Maimon ( משה בן מימון ), called Moses Maimonides and also known as Mūsā ibn Maymūn (), or RaMBaM ( רמב " ם – Hebrew acronym for " Rabbi Mosheh Ben Maimon "), was a preeminent medieval Jewish philosopher and one of the most prolific and followed Torah scholars and physicians of the Middle Ages.
* The commentary by Rabbi Pinhas Kehati, which is written in Modern Israeli Hebrew and based on classical and contemporary works, has become popular in the late Twentieth Century.
As a group of Reform Rabbis convened in Braunschweig, Rabbi Jacob Ettlinger of Altona published a manifest in German and Hebrew " Shlomei Emunei Yisrael " having 177 Rabbis signing on.
He may be cited in Hebrew and Aramaic texts as ( 1 ) " Shlomo son of Rabbi Yitzhak ," ( 2 ) " Shlomo son of Yitzhak ," ( 3 ) " Shlomo Yitzhaki ," etc.
Instead, Jews used Hebrew / Aramaic Targum manuscripts later compiled by the Masoretes ; and authoritative Aramaic translations, such as those of Onkelos and Rabbi Yonathan ben Uziel.
In 1803, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi compiled an authoritative siddur from the sixty siddurim that he checked for compliance with Hebrew grammar, Jewish law, and Kabbalah: this is what is known today as the " Nusach Ari ", and is used by Lubavitch Hasidim.
After many years of effort by a great number of tannaim, the oral tradition was written down around 200 CE by Rabbi Judah haNasi who took up the compilation of a nominally written version of the Oral Law, the Mishnah ( Hebrew: משנה ).
The Talmud El Am contains Hebrew text, English translation and commentary by Rabbi Dr A. Ehrman, with short ' realia ', marginal notes, often illustrated, written by experts in the field for the whole of Tractate Berakhot, 2 chapters of Bava Mezia and the halachic section of Qiddushin, chapter 1.
The Tosefta has been translated into English by Rabbi Jacob Neusner and his students in the commentary cited above, also published separately as The Tosefta: translated from the Hebrew ( 6 vols, 1977-86 )
According to Rabbi Michael J. Cook, Professor of Intertestamental and Early Christian Literature at the Hebrew Union College, there are ten themes in the New Testament that are the greatest sources of anxiety for Jews concerning Christian antisemitism.
A full translation of the Zohar into Hebrew was made by the late Rabbi Daniel Frish of Jerusalem under the title Masok MiDvash.