Woman in ancient Israel under the Torah and Talmud: With a translation and critical commentary on Genesis 1-3 (Woman in history) ebook
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Likewise for a woman having sex with a boy, it is not sex unless he is 9 years old. Again that is not to say that it is permitted, but it is not sex. When the Soncino says "no guilt", it means to say "is not guilty" not "yea do it and don't feel guilty about it. Please see this page: The Talmud Does Not Permit Sex With A Three Year Old Jayjg (talk) 07:21, 19 March 2006 (UTC). Jewish law, Talmud and Racism. exposed their money to Israel".
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The Mishnah: Translated from the Hebrew With Introduction and Brief Explanatory Notes. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Judaism, translations of the Talmud and theology.
The Torah as the divine wisdom and will See Maimonides’ introduction to Mishneh Torah, and the opening chapters .
The Torah as the divine wisdom and will. The bitul (self-abnegation) that is the prerequisite to receive Torah. For more on the Written Torah and the Oral Torah and how these two aspects of Torah relate to the paradox under discussion in this chapter, see chapter 5 below, The ‘Written Torah’ and the ‘Oral Torah. The commandments of the Torah fall under three general categories: a) mishpatim, rationally self-evident laws ; b) eidoth, comprehendible testimonials ; and c) chukim, supra-rational statutes.