Something of his occupation in medical matters can be gleaned from his replies included in Responsa
Shemesh Tzedakah, which consists of questions and answers on the four parts of the Shulhan Arukh.
Cohen draws from a wealth of Genizah documents, Gaonic responsa
, and Islamic legal texts to illustrate the nature of the mercantile system that prevailed from at least the tenth century, known in some Gaonic sources as the "custom of the merchants" (hukm al-tujjar).
Kanievsky also authors responsa
on every single aspect of Torah imaginable.
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du secteur travaillent aux cAaAaAeA tAaAaAeA@s des grands motoristes pour insta leurs fournisseurs et les aider AaAaAeA faire face AaAaAeA l'accAaAaAeA@lAaAaAeA@ration des de production.
In this study, we use responsa
literature as a prime source for uncovering the dynamics of traditional Jewish religious authority, its disruption and its binding force.
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The fact that the legal responsa
and traditions of Qatada b.
Surprisingly, there is not yet a Reform responsa
(rabbinic opinion) on the exact question of single parenting by choice.
(4) In particular, we will address legal responsa
devoted to various aspects of apostasy and conversion, while focusing on questions 52 and 53 ascribed to Adurfarnbay (Adurfarrbay) son of Farroxzad, high priest of the Zoroastrian community in Iran during the first half of the ninth century, who dedicated several responsa
to the legal and religious ramifications of apostasy and conversion of Zoroastrians to Islam and who is said to have participated in interreligious disputations with Muslims in the presence of the 'Abbasid Caliph al-Ma'mun (815-833).
Since the clinic's staff consists of observant Jews and the clientele is made up mostly of hareidi and Orthodox patients, the topics discussed in this book deal with the special considerations and problems in treating patients from the hareidi community, attitudes of rabbis toward psychological treatment, descriptions of innovative treatment interventions in the treatment of hareidi and religious patients, and responsa
of respected rabbis to conflicts and questions raised by religious staff members regarding halakhah (Jewish law), treatment constraints, and other issues.