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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1898. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XIV STUDY AS PART OF THE LITURGY (Pp. 193-202) 'Study and teaching are commanded (outside of the two \ of the Shema): Ex. 13: 9; Deut. 4: 19; 5: 1, 28, and impliedly Deut. 31: 10. 2Zebahim, ch. 5 (which is the place? pipo inrx). The Sefardic and fuller German Prayer Books bring in also passages from Ex. 30, as to the basin and as to incense; a Baraitha in T. B. Kerithuth, 6a, and T. J. on Joma, ch. 4, 5, on the composition of incense, two other passages as to incense; also a Baraitha as to the daily order of all sacrificial acts in the Temple. "Beginning of Sifra (oldest commentary on Leviticus). The duty to study trebly each day: text, Mishna, and further discussion, is based on a saying in T. B. Berachoth, ni. R. Amram enjoins the reading of Zebahim, ch. 5, and the piece from Sifra, and of these alone. *Tosefoth on T. B. Berachoth, 116, says that the French Jews read these short passages right after the benedictions, following therein the Jerusalem Talmud, but thinks it unnecessary. "The Germans read only the three verses of blessing. The Sefardim in Eastern Europe omit the Talmudic passage. In this they follow Maimonides. "Pea, ch. 1, 1. The Western Sefardim have a shorter form of the second sentence, which is by some considered a Baraitha, omitting, among other things, "devotion in prayer." The Mahzor Vitry says that the Aramaic version of the Thrice-Holy, in "A redeemer will come," is a remnant of daily studies of the Prophets with translation. 7T. B. Berachoth, ubi supra, gives these benedictions for study before Shema; while mi PDriN covers all study thereafter. They are ascribed to Babylonians; no Tanna is named. Tan-iid, ch. 7, 4, naming 24, 48, 82, 94, 81, 93, and for Saturday 92: "A Psalm or song for the future to come, a ...
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