Deracheha - Women and Mitzvot
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Deracheha Staff; Laurie Novick, Director Women and Halacha: Why is It Important for Women to Engage Directly with Halachic Texts? An Introduction to Deracheha Deracheha - Women and Mitzvot
Deracheha Staff; Laurie Novick, Director LEARNING TORAH, PART 1 What is the mitzva of learning Torah? Does it apply to women? The mitzva of learning Torah is only one element of the broader concept of talmud Torah. Women have an exemption specifically from the formal obligation, not from living lives of Torah. Deracheha - Women and Mitzvot
Deracheha Staff; Laurie Novick, Director Learning Torah II: Obligation What is a woman's obligation in Torah study? Does exemption from the mitzva of talmud Torah leave room for women to study? The Mishna presents opposing perspectives, for and against. Even the position against women's study allows for learning practical Halacha. Deracheha - Women and Mitzvot
Deracheha Staff; Laurie Novick, Director Learning Torah III: Openings to Study Rambam codifies Rabbi Eliezer's position, that a father is not supposed to teach his daughter Torah. But Rambam and later authorities open up Torah study to women in a number of ways. Deracheha - Women and Mitzvot
Deracheha Staff; Laurie Novick, Director Learning Torah, Part IV: What to Study What areas of Torah may, and should, women study? How? Deracheha - Women and Mitzvot
Deracheha Staff; Laurie Novick, Director Three Mitzvot Special to Women, Part 1 Challa, Nidda, and candle-lighting are three mitzvot in which women's performance takes precedence over men's. Taken together, what do they teach us about women and halacha? Deracheha - Women and Mitzvot
Deracheha Staff; Laurie Novick, Director Three Mitzvot Special to Women, Part 2 Challa, nidda, and candle-lighting are three mitzvot in which women's performance takes precedence over men's. Taken together, what do they teach us about women and halacha? Deracheha - Women and Mitzvot
Deracheha Staff; Laurie Novick, Director Women's Status, Part 1 Men's and Women's mitzva obligations are often, but not always, the same. Where do the similarities and differences come from and what do they mean? Deracheha - Women and Mitzvot