Talk:Law given to Moses at Sinai

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Translated from Hebrew Wikipedia

Maybe then the sources from the he.wikipedia article can also be translated?[edit]

Footnotes 1. ^ See for example: Yehuda Hayon, "Encyclopedia concentrated duty", given to Moses at Sinai, cited on Wiki. 2. ^ Tractate Yadayim (מסכת ידיים), Part IV, C, and specifically Lance Mshanz there. 3. ^ Uri Meir Fish, why he chose Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch commentary on the Torah rather an educational medium effective in the struggle against the Reform movement?, Site reviews. 4. ^ Rabbi Elijah Vilna, Elijah mantle on Parashat Mishpatim, paragraph "or to the doorpost." 5. ^ Arguments about faith and philosophy - a dialogue with Professor Avi Ravitzky Site Leibovitz. 6. ^ Held nominally in the Mishneh Torah of Maimonides, Laws of Shabbat, Chapter E, D.. 7. ^ Jerusalem Talmud, Tractate Shabbat, chapter, went to c. 8. ^ Mask offerings, fees page, B. 9. ^ Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Shabbat, page KH, II. Talmud mentioned related leather straps for tefillin will be black, and there is ongoing controversy whether the boxes of the tefillin must be black, or that it was the only ornamental; see: the table, some lifestyle , Article XXXII, section m, and the matter is clear, section - a Kf"d. 10. Yadayim ^ sub d sub chapter C-and certainly Lance Mshanz there. Rosh, Laws of ritual baths, Article One. 11. ^ Maimonides introduction to the Mishnah.

All schools of Judaism?[edit]

Are the views in this article restricted to a particular school of Judaism? Can we have some modern source context please? In ictu oculi (talk) 04:48, 2 October 2011 (UTC)

Traditional Rabbinic Judaism, I would think. Myrkkyhammas (talk) 06:59, 28 October 2011 (UTC)