From the Cairo Genizah.
And home to one of Judea’s last queens.
For some time, Jews assumed it would be rebuilt imminently.
In a mysterious but important building.
What the story of General Mills’ newly gluten-free cereal tells us about the food we eat—and don’t—at Passover.
And dissected the layers of the Mishnah.
Two in Aramaic, one in Greek.
The Talmud comprises two different works, one (Mishnah) redacted around the year 200 C.E. and the other (Gemara) around the year 600. The latter portion,. . .
Has modern life made it more difficult to pray with concentration and devotion? Maybe; but great ancient rabbis wrestled with the same problem.
Orthodox rabbis need to stop worrying about 200-year-old battles with “Reformers” and allow Jewish law to develop organically, as it always did in the past.