2 edition of Dalet amot found in the catalog.
Ari N. Enkin
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Ari N. Enkin.|
|LC Classifications||BM520.6 .E55 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 277 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||277|
|LC Control Number||2009504824|
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Dalet Amot: Halachic Perspectives by Rabbi Ari N. Enkin This book is a wonderful read dealing with everyday issues and how these issues are resolved according to halacha (Jewish law). A wide array of subjects are covered and range from divorce, appearance, use of spices, medicine, the end of life, and both religious and secular holidays. Zackary Sholem Berger. Review of Jewish Guide to Practical Medical Decision Making by Rabbi Jason Weiner. Rabbi Jason Weiner, a rabbi and bioethicist who serves as a synagogue rabbi, a posek, and as a consultant on a hospital ethics committee, has done a service to the halakhically observant Jewish community by writing a clear, modern, and compassionate book about dilemmas which patients.
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Rabbi Ari Enkin's book, Dalet Amot contains about short essays on halacha (Jewish law) that are a joy to read. The book's title comes from the Talmud: "from the day that the Holy Temple was destroyed, the Holy One Blessed Be He has nothing in His world except the dalet amot (literally, four cubits) of halacha, an intellectual world devoted 5/5(3).
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Title: Dalet Amot Author: Rabbi Ari Enkin A breezy refresher course in some basics about Judaism, Dalet Amot is a necessary addition to bookshelves in Jewish homes, libraries and : Yocheved Golani.
I want to stress the importance of living well within our own dalet amot, the rabbinic phrase for “our personal sphere of influence,” and what a profound difference that can make, both for us and to the people we touch every day.
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In these clear and concise yet comprehensive essays, the author examines 5/5. ISBN: The Dalet Amot Halacha Series: volume 2 About the Author: Rabbi Ari N. Enkin once again presents over fascinating contemporary halachic issues in his latest work, Amot Shel chapter is skillfully compiled from insights and rulings drawn from an extensive range of Halachic texts.
@OrthodoxUnion RT @AllenFagin: Thank you to the #NYC DOE for offering kosher options during all three daily “grab and go” meal pick-ups for NYC students. In the first and second volumes (named Dalet Amot and Amot Shel Halacha respectively) of what will be a seven-part series, Rabbi Enkin has tackled many important questions that arise on a daily basis.
Taking the name of his series from the halachic dictum that every person has dalet amot (four cubits) of personal space and must govern their. He is the author of Dalet Amot: Halachic Perspectives and Hilchot Melicha: Translated, among other publications.
Editorial Reviews His discussions are fairly traditional, replete with footnotes and extremely relevant to the Orthodox Jew’s daily : Amot Shel Halacha: Halachic Insights (Dalet Amot Halacha) Format: Hardcover Authors: Rabbi Ari Enkin ISBN Published: Specifications Series TitleBrand: Rabbi Ari N.
Enkin. Cons - Salaries - Extra Hours (forced, not paid) - No training method, they launch you on a project and if you fail it will be your fault - Using VIE to balance their lack of employees: everybody is leaving after the 1st contract - No follow up of any kind if it is not money related (when it comes to refuse a bill which is 1 euro above the max, they will phone you in a min.4/5(37).
by Chaim Seymour Enkin, Ari N. Amot shel Halacha: Halachic Insights. Jerusalem; New York: Urim Publications (The Dalet Amot Halacha Series), p. $ (ISBN ). The genre of halachic responsa is more than a thousand years old.
Since early consultations between rabbis were not limited by political boundaries, responsa were usually written in. Bottom line: I’m rarely so impressed with a book.
This one is a winner. Highly recommended. Rabbi Ari N. Enkin, a resident of Ramat Beit Shemesh, is a researcher and writer of contemporary halachic issues. He is the author of “The Dalet Amot Halacha Series” (5 Vol.) and the General Editor and Halacha columnist at `Dalet amot´ literally means ´4 cubits of Halacha´ and this is what we were left with after the Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed.
In over articles approaching diverse topics such as women&family, medical issues or inter-personal relationships, Rabbi Ari N. Enkin offers a consistent review of more or less known issues pertaining to the everyday Jewish : Thinknow. Another meaning will be the representation of the number 4, since it is the fourth letter of the alefbeit.
In some uses (eincient) there is the use such as "Dalet amot" to represent four feet in legnth. In childrens books, it usually have "Dalet is for Delet" meaning Dalet is for door (like U is for umbrella).