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eBook Mishnah Berurah, Vol. 2C: The Classic Commentary to Shulchan Aruch Orach chayim, Comprising the Laws of Daily Jewish Conduct ePub
Author: Aviel Orenstein
Language: English
ISBN: 0873065026
ISBN13: 978-0873065023
Publisher: P. Feldheim; Hebrew-English ed edition (1989)
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Rabbi Yisrael Meir Kagan, known as the Chafetz Chaim (1839-1933)issued the first of his six-volume Mishnah Berurah in 1883 and the last in 1907. The work is his commentary on part of the sixteenth century code of Jewish law, called the Shulchan Aruch, by Rabbi Joseph Karo. Rabbi Kagan addressed only those laws involving daily life. He organized his presentation of the laws in a clear and practical manner. While the Shulchan Aruch is composed concisely and is directed toward scholars, Rabbi Kagan's books are more detailed and more popularly oriented. He also addressed situations that were not included in the ancient code. Thus, the series is called Mishnah Berurah, which in essence means "The Clear Law."
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The Mishneh Berurah is one of the basic books Jews for Torah study in regard to the laws of everyday life. For many years between Minchah and Maariv it has been studied and taught in many Shuls throughout the world. As with much Jewish learning it is wise and important to learn this text with others more knowledgable than oneself. This is in other words which one uses most wisely not by simply ' reading' but by learning with others. This work goes into tremendous detail and like many such Jewish holy texts requires years to be properly studied.
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