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To do that, we return to Torah. That is really what Torah, and by extension halakha, is all about: finding out what God wants.
According to the Torah, God gave the Ten Commandments and other laws to Moses after the Exodus.
What Levinas seems at first glance to mean here is that while Torah requires politics, it also inscribes something beyond politics.
The Torah covering or mantle, the object featured in this year's competition, is used to protect, beautify, and focus attention on the Torah, the centerpiece of the Jewish religion.
This would explain why on the one hand the term `works' in this connection only ever denotes functions of the Torah that Paul wishes to deny, and why all the same he never actually opposes Jewish Christian observance of the Torah.
Anne Lowe's A Touch of Torah compiles short, friendly talks regarding the teachings of the Torah, aimed at a contemporary audience.
It is a guided tour through a complex and nuanced Torah study."
According to the New York Post, Dykstra attends a weekly Torah study session with Chabad's Rabbi Shmuel Metzger.
In Judaism, Torah is the law of God as revealed to Moses and recorded in the first five books of the Hebrew Scriptures.
"Congregation Kneseth Israel is fortunate in that we have many Torah scrolls.
The opening verse of Parashat Va'etkhanan (the second Torah portion in Deuteronomy that is read after the Tish'a Be'Av fast) captures the concentric circles around which Summit conducts his cross-denominational ethnography of the performance of biblical chant in U.S.
Los Angeles, CA, February 09, 2018 --(PR.com)-- David Bergstein, a financier and philanthropist residing in Hidden Hills, California, has commissioned the scribing of a new Torah Scroll in honor of his late father, Dr.