Rabba, Maharat, Rabbanit, Rebbetzin: Women With Leadership Authority According To Halachah
Autor : Daniel Sperber
Geschlecht : Fremdsprachige Bücher, Religion & Esoterik, Christentum,
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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende Rabbi Professor Daniel Sperber is a leading scholar of Jewish law, customs, and ethics. He has taught in the Talmud Department of Bar-Ilan University, was the dean of the Faculty of Jewish Studies, and serves as the president of the Jesselson Institute for Advanced Torah Studies. The descendant of a line of distinguished Orthodox rabbis, Professor Sperber was born in 1940 in a castle in Ruthin, Wales and studied in the Yeshivot of Kol Torah and Hevron in Jerusalem. He earned a BA in art history at the Courtauld Institute of Art and received a PhD in classics, ancient history, and Hebrew studies from University College, London. He also serves as rabbi of the Menachem Zion Synagogue in the Old City of Jerusalem. Professor Sperber has published thirty books and more than four hundred articles on the subjects of Talmudic and Jewish socio-economic history, law and customs, classical philology, and Jewish art. Among his major works is a well-known eight-volume series, Minhagei Yisrael, on the history of Jewish customs. More recently, he has written two books on halachic methodology and rabbinic decision making in confrontation with modernity. He is the author of On Changes in Jewish Liturgy: Options and Limitations and On the Relationship of Mitzvot Between Man and His Neighbor and Man and His Maker both published by Urim Publications.