Why is the Torah so harsh and oppressive to women?
This question is based on a false assumption about the Torah. In truth, according to the Torah, women are of a higher spiritual level than men. We see many times that men are told to listen to their wives and that it is the husband's responsibility to please his wife sexually, not the other way around.
Your behavior is very Oppressive. He was very Oppressive, so he lost his job.
no oppression should be tolerated Usually when man are oppressive the woman doesnt know how to break up with them and man tend to be very oppressive.. woman should not be oppressive if this is the case man will usually brake up with a woman woman wont beat up a man most of the time so the oppression doesnt even compare!
No, the word oppressive is an adjective, a word that describes a noun: an oppressive atmosphere. The verb is to oppress: A government can oppress its people only so long before they rebel.
could you imagine begin a women? no i think u cant women rights back in the days were harsh days for the women. going through so much trouble and danger.
The desert was so sultry and oppressive.
This homework was so oppressive that I had to get help to complete it.
In antiquity it was common for punishments to be harsh.
Greece has synagogues, so they would have the regular Hebrew Torah.
The Torah is the basis of the Christian's Old Testament.
According to the Rambam it is forbidden. See his Mishneh Torah. If I remember correctly, it is forbidden, because its for women to do so.
Observation on religons that are male dominate in leadership, delivery of instructions, teaching etc. Have express unequality towards women to the point that it is evil and shameful. But these practices are sometimes supported by those who are abused. Religon can be dangerous
Children of the Torah, or Children of instruction. Answer: Bnai Torah (singular: ben Torah) is used to refer to those who learn in a yeshiva (or did so in the past) and continue to live as Orthodox Jews.
The Torah says the the pharaoh who ordered this was afraid that the Hebrews would join Egypt's enemy's in war. In those days, women could not be soldiers, so the pharaoh only feared the boys.
The first five books of the so-called "Old Testament" are translated from the Torah.
In my synagogue, when the Torah scroll is carried aroudn the sanctuary, it is only touched with the edge of a Tallit or with a Siddur. It is so holy that it is not supposed to be touched with the bare hands. When you have touched your Tallit to the Torah, you then pull it back and kiss it. This is so that the holiness of the Torah scroll can be with you for the… Read More
What made it so harsh they were not able to do the things we got to do outside of a prison house.
I'm not sure what you mean by "page turner". The torah is in scroll form, and it's opened to the entire portion when its read. So no pages are turned. The reader is called a ba'al kri'ah (×‘×¢×œ ×§×¨×™××”), or ba'alat kri'ah (×‘×¢×œ×ª ×§×¨×™××”) for women.
The Torah - is the Jewish equivalent of the Christian bible. Jewish answer The Torah is the backbone of Judaism and contains the basic Jewish history, laws ans beliefs.
In Orthodox and Reform synagogues the seating plans are different. In an Orthodox synagogue the bottom floor with the Bimah (reading stand, similar to the lectern) and the Aron Hakodesh (ark containing the Torah scrolls) is in the men's section. This is a practical and spiritual separation, firstly men and women are separated to stop them from having improper thoughts in the synagogue and to keep them focused on the service and connected with God… Read More
The Jews were unhappy over the Roman rule, as they were cruel harsh in their ways and took taxes from then, so tax collectors were hated by Jews.They also hindered their freedom with their religion and beliefs, As Romans worshiped idols , strictly forbidden in their Torah.
Oppressive! That is why the idea of no male or female, slave or free, superior or inferior was so threateningly radical. Socrates believed we should all own one and Plato has taught we should hold all women in common...
"Harsh" means cold, hard, mean. So some antonyms are warm nice and/or soft.
Most religions have an inherent fear of women because the power heirarchies of men can be terribly upset by the sexual power of women. The Bible, Torah and Koran has many disparaging comments about women to try to "keep them in their place". Since women were usually pregnant or caring for infants in history, this was not so hard. Times have changed.
Is it harder for obese pregnant women to feel fetal movement more so than pregnant women who are pregnant and are not overweight?
it is not harder to feel the movement it just is not as harsh on your ribs and back because there is more "wiggle room" for the baby. however, it will be harder to see the movement from the outside.
to give respect
Ask a rabbi that.
About 3500 or so years old.
They were harsh because they took prisoners and put them in death game. It wasn't the killing that was really harsh, it was that these games were for entertainment only.
G-ds is the writer, auther and maker of the Torah Moses was the messenger for G-d to write it down for Him out of Free will G-d is the creator of all especially His own book God for bid if Moses was the writer than the Torah has no holy value The reason the Torah has so much value in it is because Hashem is the writer other wise it will just be a library… Read More
The Torah is a collection of 5 books. It's a living document, but it's not literally alive, so it wasn't born.
Because each scroll takes many months to write. See also: More about Torah-scrolls
Yes, you can. The Torah actually specifies that every Jewish man is to commission a Torah. However, this is very expensive and the majority of Jews are not able to do so. That being said, it is quite easy to purchase a book form of the Torah from Jewish booksellers.
The Torah is the first 5 books of the bible, so has no candles. A menorah, however, is a candelabra that holds 9 candles.
because of the harsh climate
It depends on what you consider to be harsh. One of the punishments for disobeying your parents was to have your finger/hand cut off, so some people would say that is harsh.
For boys they have to be 13 to read the Torah but for girls they have to be 12 to read it publicly. However, children start studying Torah by first grade so around 6 years old.
The climate is harsh because it is near the Arctic circle, and because patches of freezing air reside above Siberia.
The Xbox and PlayStation communities are harsh because of the abundance of experienced players who have no patience for those who are just starting out.
God had Moses write the Torah (Exodus 34:27, 24:12, and Deuteronomy 31:24) as a testimony that He gave the Torah's commands to the Israelites; and so that the contents of the Torah should not be denied or forgotten.
The Hebrew or Jewish Bible is called the Tanach. The Tanach consists of three sections: Torah (Teachings), Nevi'im (Prophets), and K'tuvim (Writings). So, to answer the question, the Torah doesn't contain passages of the Tanach, rather, the Torah makes up a third of the Tanach.
The Torah is written on a scroll, so technically there aren't any pages. The Torah is the first five books in the JudeoChristian Bible, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. So checking the last page in a bible would give a page count. Answer 2: The Torah has 5,845 verses in its 54 weekly portions containing 187 chapters. Pages aren't counted.
The earth isn't harsh to the environment, we are harsh to the environment. If we could all just help the earth and the environment by redusing reusing and recycling we wouldn't have to ask these questions. keep our earth clean!
Its a front hide their real feelings.
they were so harsh
Because it contains the words of God.
1) It is insufferably boring.
Because our tradition is that the Torah is from God.
I dont think they care about harsh weather, their skin is bullet proof so as far as I know they don't feel it.
What did Hopi or Zuni Native Americans learn to do regarding growing their food so they could survive during harsh weathers?
They grew a surplus of crops so they could store it to use during harsh winters.