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What is the talmud?

The Talmud explains the ten commandments and the details of Torah  verses.    Answer:   The Talmud is a collection of rabbinical discussion, critique and  insight (MORE)
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How do you pronounce talmud?

Talmud is pronounced with the 'a' as a short 'o', and the 'u' in its long sound. The rest of the letters sound as you see them. It was from Hebrew. It is pronounced with a s (MORE)
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What is the purpose of the Talmud?

The Talmud (תַּלְמוּד "learning") is one of the main texts of Judaism, in the form of a record of rabbinic discussions pertaining to Jewish law, ethics, philosophy, c (MORE)
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When was the Talmud written?

The Talmud has two components: the Mishnah was written down in c. 190 CE by Rabbi Judah Hanasi, and the Gemara was written down around the year 500 CE. by Rabbi Yosi of Pumbed (MORE)
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What was the Jewish Talmud?

It IS (still is, not was) (basically) the rule book of Judaism as written by Rabbis, pertaining to laws, ethics, customs, and history.
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What does a talmud cost?

That depends. It can cost hundreds to thousands of dollars as an encyclopedia or around $20- as a simple book of one or a few short tractates.
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What is the Talmud in Judaism?

The Talmud is a collection of discussions, arguments, legal precedents, commentaries about the Hebrew Bible, and stories told by Rabbis who lived in the 2nd century to the 6th (MORE)

Who was the talmud written by?

The Talmud was committed to written form by Rabbi Yosi, head of the yeshiva of Pumbeditha (in Babylonia), in the year 505 CE, with the approbation and cooperation of all the S (MORE)