The Halachos of Shabbos

Halachos of Shabbos – General introduction to Hilchos Shabbos, the Melachos of Siddura D'Pas The laws of Shabbat are some of the most complex laws in Jewish law, yet situations can arise every week which require an in-depth knowledge of these laws. Therefore, a careful, thorough, and orderly study of these laws is vital. Although this work can be used by itself, the author suggests learning it in conjunction with the Shulchan Aruch (Code of Jewish Law) and Mishnah Brurah (Commentary on the Code of Jewish Law by the Chofetz Chaim). Please note that it is important to consult an authority on Jewish law regarding any question having to do with a difference of opinion or custom. This book begins with an overall introduction to each of the 39 categories of work that is forbidden on Shabbat, with explanations and examples where possible. The book then focuses on the 11 categories of work relating to making bread. By Rabbi Shimon D. Eider. Feldheim, hardcover, 400 pages.
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description of book Halachos of Shabbos – General introduction to Hilchos Shabbos, the Melachos of Siddura D'Pas The laws of Shabbat are some of the most complex laws in Jewish law, yet situations can arise every week which require an in-depth knowledge of these laws. Therefore, a careful, thorough, and orderly study of these laws is vital. Although this work can be used by itself, the author suggests learning it in conjunction with the Shulchan Aruch (Code of Jewish Law) and Mishnah Brurah (Commentary on the Code of Jewish Law by the Chofetz Chaim). Please note that it is important to consult an authority on Jewish law regarding any question having to do with a difference of opinion or custom. This book begins with an overall introduction to each of the 39 categories of work that is forbidden on Shabbat, with explanations and examples where possible. The book then focuses on the 11 categories of work relating to making bread. By Rabbi Shimon D. Eider. Feldheim, hardcover, 400 pages.

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