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JUDS 1451 - M Marriage in Halacha II
1. Course Description: This course should serve as a guide through many of the laws pertaining to marriage. Halacha, as it will be presented, will be traced from its point of origin to modern poskim. However, this class ...
JUDS 1466 - L The Festivals II: Survey
COURSE OBJECTIVES: The course will cover a variety of topics relating to Yomim Tovim. Certain topics will be studied in depth, tracing the halacha from earlier sources in chazal and rishonim, until the Shulchan Aruch, ...
JUDS 1455 - IP The Sabbath
COURSE OBJECTIVES: The course will focus upon two broad subjects in Hilchos Shabbos: Kiddush & Havdala. While there will be a strong emphasis on Halacha li’maaseh, the practical application of the Halacha, we will also ...
JUDS 1483 - D2 Jewish Life Cycle
Course goals and objectives: This is mainly a halacha class, rather than a philosophy class. We will examine briefly a variety of issues pertaining to special events in the life of the Jew, including those of youth, ...
Topics: Weekly Mitzvot - 14133 - JUDS 4938 - J
Course Description This course focuses on learning about Jewish ideas and mitzvot (commandments) and how they appear in the weekly Torah portion. Each week we will analyze a single mitzvah, zooming into details and ...
JHIS 4938H - A Topics: Malbim & Modernity / JPHI 1918H – A Topics: Malbim & Modernity
Course Overview The aim of this class is to explore the thought of one of the most well-known Jewish exegetes of the nineteenth century—Malbim—with a heavy emphasis on his historical and intellectual context. We will ...
JHIS 4932H - NPT Liturgical Customs Medieval Europe / JUDS 1204H - NPT Jewish Liturgy
The Development of Liturgical Customs and Practices (מנהגי תפילה וברכות ) in Medieval Europe Selected topics in Jewish history. 0.000 TO 3.000 Credit hours
JUDS 1445 - B Women in Jewish Law I
Course Purposes: This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the varied approaches in the history and literature of Jewish Law to issues related to the status of women. This will be achieved through ...
JUDS 1454 - K The Sabbath
This course covers in detail the 39 Melachot of Shabbat. We examine each of the 39 laws in detail, exploring its origin from the Mishkan, the portable Tabernacle, right through to its practical application today. This ...
The Sabbath - 15422 - JUDS 1458 - L
The course will focus on some of the major topics relating to the introduction and acceptance of Shabbos, Tosefes Shabbos and Hadlakas Neros Shabbos. A number of other subjects, such as Amira Li’nochri, Kavod and Oneg ...