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TALMUD (I)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  27/03/18) CHAPTER V. REGULATIONS CONCERNING WHAT MAY AND MAY NOT BE WORN BY ANIMALS ON THE SABBATH. MISHNA I.: What gear may we let animals go about in and what not? 1 The male camel in a bridle; the … Continue reading

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TALMUD (TH)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  31/12/16) CHAPTER IV. REGULATIONS CONCERNING VICTUALS, WHERE THEY MAY OR MAY NOT BE DEPOSITED TO RETAIN THEIR HEAT FOR THE SABBATH. MISHNA I.: Wherein may hot vessels be deposited (to retain the heat) and wherein may they not? … Continue reading

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The Gods of the Bible

A)Some of the Gods mentioned in the Bible: Adrammelech II Kings 17:31 Sepharvite God.Anammelech II Kings 17:31 Sepharvite God.Ashima II Kings 17:30 Samaritan Moon Goddess.Ashtoreth I Kings 11:05 Canaanite Goddess.Baal I Kings 18:19 Canaanite God (“Lord”) of fertility, vegitation, and … Continue reading

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TALMUD (H)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  10/01/16) CHAPTER III. REGULATIONS CONCERNING STOVES, HEARTHS, AND OVENS. MISHNA I.: Cooked victuals may be put on a stove that was heated with straw or stubble. If the stove was heated with the pulp of poppy seed … Continue reading

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TALMUD (Z)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  3/01/15) CHAPTER II. REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE SABBATH AND ‘HANUKAH LIGHT. MISHNA I.: What shall and what shall not be used for lighting (the Sabbath light)? The light shall not be made with (wicks of) cedar hast, raw … Continue reading

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TALMUD (CT)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  23/08/14) GEMARA: “A tailor shall not go out,” etc. Does not the Mishna mean when the needle is stuck in the garment? Nay, it treats of the case when (the tailor) holds it in his hand. Come … Continue reading

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TALMUD (E)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  19/12/13) R. Zera in the name of R. Jehudah said: The benches in front of pillars are regarded as unclaimed ground (even if they are ten spans high and four spans wide). The one who holds that … Continue reading

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