Final Day of Atonement and the Lord’s closing of “The Book of Life” Photo by Gena EstrinRams horn to be made into a Shofar. ■ By Gena Estrin / Contributed Talmud definition: the body of Jewish civil and ceremonial law and legend comprising the Mishnah and the Gemara. There are two versions of the Talmud: the Babylonian Talmud (wich dates from the 5th century A.D but includes earlier material) and the earlier Palestinian or Jerusalem Talmud. “Source: Wikipedia Dictionary” Last week I shared some insights regarding the Jewish High Holidays, with a focus on Rosh Hashanah. Together with Yom Kippur, which follows 10 days later, it is part of the Yamim
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