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Kunres Napeah Derakhenu Asakh Inyonim Inukh, Tseniut, Kashrut, Tsiyonut, Luk’Sus Ve-Khu'

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Ḳunṭres Naḥpeśah derakhenu asakh inyonim ḥinukh, tseniut, kashrut, Tsiyonut, luḳsus ṿe-khu'

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Monroe Nash

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Judaism and Modern Man an Interpretation of Jewish Religion

By: Will Herberg

...alakah that perplex the modern Jew; it is the so-called "ritual observances" kashrut, Sab- bath, circumcision that perplex him. Not that he usually in... ...Jew, not even the most orthodox, will feel that a Christian ought to observe kashrut or light the Sabbath candles. These things are somehow meant for ...

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American Jewish Historical Quarterly

By: American Jewish Historical Society; American Jewish Historical Society. Publications

...es; and we find documents of 1747 and again 1755 relating to the question of kashrut. Miss Charity S. Cohen, of Philadelphia, has presented to the Soc...

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Guide of Judaism : Moreh Ha-Yahaduth; A Systematic Workfor the Study and Instruction of the Whole Scope of Judaism

By: Glazer, Simon, 1878-1938

...ehita and Bedikah mean. One wing of American Judaism discarded the laws of Kashrut entirely, perhaps for the sake of convenience. Between the ultra-re... ...ration, most of which is composed of children of immigrants, who look upon Kashrut as a sort of ritual connected with ghetto-lyricism. But it is not s... ...rt of ritual connected with ghetto-lyricism. But it is not so. The laws of Kashrut form a vital source necessary for the sustenance of health and life... ...ple which looks far into the future. The decadent Romans were also against Kashrut. They endeav- ored to Romanize our fathers by forcing swine down th...

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Guide of Judaism : Moreh Ha-Yahaduth; A Systematic Workfor the Study and Instruction of the Whole Scope of Judaism

By: Glazer, Simon, 1878-1938

...ehita and Bedikah mean. One wing of American Judaism discarded the laws of Kashrut entirely, perhaps for the sake of convenience. Between the ultra-re... ...ration, most of which is composed of children of immigrants, who look upon Kashrut as a sort of ritual connected with ghetto-lyricism. But it is not s... ...rt of ritual connected with ghetto-lyricism. But it is not so. The laws of Kashrut form a vital source necessary for the sustenance of health and life... ...ple which looks far into the future. The decadent Romans were also against Kashrut. They endeav- ored to Romanize our fathers by forcing swine down th...

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Guide of Judaism : Moreh Ha-Yahaduth; A Systematic Workfor the Study and Instruction of the Whole Scope of Judaism

By: Glazer, Simon, 1878-1938

...ehita and Bedikah mean. One wing of American Judaism discarded the laws of Kashrut entirely, perhaps for the sake of convenience. Between the ultra-re... ...ration, most of which is composed of children of immigrants, who look upon Kashrut as a sort of ritual connected with ghetto-lyricism. But it is not s... ...rt of ritual connected with ghetto-lyricism. But it is not so. The laws of Kashrut form a vital source necessary for the sustenance of health and life... ...ple which looks far into the future. The decadent Romans were also against Kashrut. They endeav- ored to Romanize our fathers by forcing swine down th...

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Guide of Judaism : Moreh Ha-Yahaduth; A Systematic Workfor the Study and Instruction of the Whole Scope of Judaism

By: Glazer, Simon, 1878-1938

...ehita and Bedikah mean. One wing of American Judaism discarded the laws of Kashrut entirely, perhaps for the sake of convenience. Between the ultra-re... ...ration, most of which is composed of children of immigrants, who look upon Kashrut as a sort of ritual connected with ghetto-lyricism. But it is not s... ...rt of ritual connected with ghetto-lyricism. But it is not so. The laws of Kashrut form a vital source necessary for the sustenance of health and life... ...ple which looks far into the future. The decadent Romans were also against Kashrut. They endeav- ored to Romanize our fathers by forcing swine down th...

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Shema Yisrael Torah Network

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...ed classes to aid in preparation for semicha examinations. Classes include kashrut, general halakha according to the Shulchan Aruch, Shabbos, Pesach, ... ...Council of America and the Union of Orthodox Rabbis. Other rabbis serve as kashrut administrators for the Orthodox Union, in pulpits, or as well-educa...

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Rebel and Statesman the Vladimir Jabotinsky Story

By: Josph B. Schechtman

...rayers. His mother, who still had strong ties with Jewish tradition, strictly observed kashrut, lighted candles on Sabbath eve, and taught the childre... ...341-43 Rantemir, Antiokh, 34 Kaplansky, Shlomo, 409, 428 Karabtchevsky, Nikolas P., 93 Kashrut, 38 Rastdliansky, A. N., 197 Ratznelson, Berl, 275, 305...

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Wines, Music, And Lifelong Education ; Oral History Transcript / 1984-1987

By: Fromm, Alfred, 1905-1998; Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office; Fromm, Hanna Gruenbaum, 1913; Adams, Leon David, 1905; Dorfman, Elaine, 1924; Crawford, Caroline (Caroline Cooley); Lurie, Brian, 1942; Teiser, Ruth

.... as koshe'i 5y~the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations, the largest U.S. kashrut supervision body. Then Welner returned to the U.S. with his wine....

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Shamati

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...xplains why it is a custom to not eat at each other’s home for reasons of Kashrut. And why it is not so all year long. Also, even if there is one of...

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Israel the Establishment of a State

By: Harry Sacher

... be paid to the religious law the observance of the Sabbath and holy days, Kashrut (ritual food) in the public ser- vices, religious education, the ma...

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World Scripture a Comparative Anthology of Sacred Texts

By: Dr. Andrew Wilson

...ng foods to be prepared in a prescribed manner, such as the Jewish laws of kashrut and Hindu teachings on vegetarianism, are helpful for purifying bod... ...nterpreted these commandments of Torah strictly in formulating the laws of kashrut, determining what foods are kosher. The injunction not to 'boil a k...

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John H. Richter Collection 1904-1994

By: Richter, John Henry 1919-1994

...he Community, including questions of religious reform, liturgy, education, kashrut, participation in pubÜc ceremonies, and relations with the secular ...

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President, Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, The Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties, 1973-1974 : Oral History Transcript / 1991

By: Feldman, Jesse; Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office; Glaser, Eleanor

...an: Well, I would not say we were fully observant. My parents didn't observe kashrut in our home--it was not a kosher home. However, my mother never s...

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Administration of the San Francisco Jewish Welfare Fund, 1970-1975 : Oral History Transcript/1996

By: Weintraub, Louis; Jewish Community Federation Leadership Oral History Project; Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office; Green, Frances D. (Frances Dinkelspiel), 1928; Sinton, Robert E., 1915-1997; Glaser, Eleanor

...r, and I never forgot this experience either. I was always self-conscious of kashrut. Whenever I took meals with Rabbis present, I always avoided orde...

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