Results for: Talmud

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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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Why is the Talmud so important to the Jews?

Jeffrey Rubinstein begins his book The Culture  of the Babylonian Talmud thus: "The Babylonian Talmud (also  called Bavli), the great compilation of rabbinic tradition edite (MORE)

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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What language is the Talmud written in?

Hebrew and Aramaic    Answer:   The format of the Talmud is the record of legal and religious  discussions among hundreds of ancient rabbis and scholars. The  quo (MORE)
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Was the Talmud written before or after the Torah?

It was written well after the Torah. The Talmud was started during  the Babylonian exile.    Jewish answer:   The earliest parts of the Talmud (including the Mishn (MORE)

Is there racism in the talmud?

The Talmud does not have the best things to say about Non-Jews, but  does not advocate for negative treatment of Non-Jews provided that  they do not infringe on Jews' freedo (MORE)

Which takes precedence the Tanakh or the Talmud?

Answer 1 There is no question of precedence. The Tanakh is the presumed fundamental authority that underpins everything that goes on in Talmud. When a question is resolved in (MORE)