Tehumin

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For the prohibition against traveling long distances on the Jewish Sabbath, see Eruv techumin.

Tehumin (Hebrew: תחומין‎, Tehumin being an acronym for Torah Hevrah UMedINa (Hebrew: תורה חברה ומדינה‎), lit. Torah, Society and State) is a Hebrew-language annual journal of articles about Jewish law and Modernity. It has been published in Israel, by the Zomet Institute once a year since its creation in 1980. Selected articles From Tehumin have been translated into English and published as Crossroads: Halacha and the Modern World.[1]

The articles in the journal deal with:

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  1. ^ Tehumin Ohio State University Library catalog
  2. ^ Women's Megilla Reading Rabbi Professor Aryeh A. Frimer, Bar-Ilan University.
  3. ^ Advocacy and compassion in the Jewish tradition Sinclair Daniel, Fordham Urban Law Journal, 11, Nov 2003.
  4. ^ Do Priests go to War? Rabbi Judah Zoldan, Bar-Ilan University 25,August 2007
  5. ^ The Laws of Saving Lives: The Teachings of Rabbi S. Z. Auerbach Shaare Zedek Medical Center - Publications.
  6. ^ Error in the Creation of Marriage Professor Michael Broyde, Emory University School of Law, Atlanta.

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