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      • Caption title.A lecture delivered in the John Rylands Library, on the 10th of March, 1943.Reprinted from the Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, v. 21, no. 2, June, 1943.Bibliographical footnotes.

        LC Classifications1943
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 108 p. :
        Number of Pages64
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        ISBN 10nodata

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The Torah is also known as the Chumash, Pentateuch or Five Books of Moses. " The Septuagint rendered the Hebrew torah by riddle of the Torah Greek nomos "law"probably in the sense of a living network of traditions and customs of a people.

Simeon ben Lakish taught that the Torah preceded the world by 2,000 years and was written in black fire upon white fire. He held that the Torah is divisible into two parts: 1 commandments which, in addition to being revealed, are demanded by reason e. Judaism: Theor Jewish Written Law, consists of the five books of the Hebrew Bible - known more commonly to non-Jews as the "" - that were given by G-d to on and include within them all of the biblical laws of Judaism. Luzzatto held that the foundation of the whole Torah is compassion.

It was one of the very few real dogmas of rabbinic theology that the Torah is from heaven; i.

The Written Law

This identification of the Torah and God was understood to refer to the Torah in its true primordial essence, and not to its manifestation in the world of creation. Maimonides listed the belief in the eternity of the Torah as the ninth of his 13 principles of Judaism, and connected it with the belief that no prophet will surpass Moses, the only man to give people laws through prophecy.

Thus, while eternal in its unrevealed state, the Torah, in its riddle of the Torah in creation, is destined to be abrogated. According to biblical stories, Moses ascended into heaven to capture the Torah from the angels. The Oral Torah can live in its fullness only when Israel lives in its fullness — in peace and independence in the Land of Israel.