2 edition of date line in halacha found in the catalog.
date line in halacha
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Ḳitsur taʾarikh Yiśraʾel|
|Statement||by Yisroel Taplin ; compiled by Zalman Tropper.|
|Contributions||Taplin, Yisroel., Trabert, Ken., Tropper, Zalman.|
|LC Classifications||BM523.3.I5 T372 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||101|
A primer for this halachic dateline post if you are not familiar with the subject, is the earlier Halachic Date Line Map post about the Jewish date-line. Based on the opinion of the Ba’al Hamaor, the Chazon Ish ruled that the dateline is 90° east of Yerushalayim, and it can’t split a landmass. The English book The Date Line in Halacha (a super-abridged translation of the massive ספר תאריך ישראל) states. When flying westward on the fast day, and 10 Teves becomes 11 Teves, the aforementioned machlokes would apply. Rav Schienberg and Yisroel Vehazemanim would permit one to break the fast midday, while Rav Elyashiv and Rav Chaim Kanievsky would hold that one must wait .
Some have expressed the opinion that the International Dateline has led to observance of the weekly Sabbath on the wrong day in part of the world. They believe that Sabbath keepers in the nations east of Jerusalem, between Jerusalem (longitude 35 degrees) and the International Dateline (longitude degrees), are observing the weekly Sabbath. You have your passport, travelers' checks, and tickets, but don't leave the house without a copy of this indispensable guide. Among the many aspects of travel discussed in this practical, vital book are: prayer times, crossing the international date line, airline food, kashrus issues abroad, Shabbos observance on the road, and Yom Tov in the Land of Israel for the Diaspora Jew. With extensive.
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The Date Line In Halacha: A Halachic Guie to the Laws of the Date Line Condensed from Sefer Taarich Yisroel Hardcover – January 1, Author: Yisroel Taplin. The subject of the Dateline in Halacha has been studied extensively during the past few decades and much has been written on the topic.
The two overriding questions dicussed are Does Halacha recognizes the International Dateline, and if not, where is the Halachik dateline. Are Halchaos affected by one’s merely crossing the Dateline.
The halachic date line is thus defined as the point on the globe where the day begins at sunset. When sunset reaches that point, the date is pushed forward.
Sunset on Sunday night at the halachic date line is the beginning of Monday. For the 23 time zones to the east of that point it is still Sunday.
© Z. Berman Books. All Rights Reserved. Powered by U&I Web. Where is the Date Line located according to halacha. Three basic approaches are offered.
Chazon Ish. 6 hours (90 degrees) ahead of Yerushalayim, which runs through Siberia, part of China, and part of Australia (though land masses are not divided in his opinion). Based on the Baal HaMaor (to Rosh Hashana) concerning kiddush hachodesh.
Apr 16 The Halachic International Dateline by Rabbi Chaim Jachter. / In Parshat Bereishit, we find the Torah's definition of a day. ויהי ערב ויהי בקר יום אחד "and there was evening and then there was morning, behold a day.". When the definition of a day is viewed date line in halacha book a global perspective, the issue becomes more complex.
The date line in halacha: a halachic guide to the laws of the date line condensed from Sefer Taarich Yisroel Author: Yisroel Taplin ; Zalman Tropper ; Ken Trabert. The Baal Ha'Meor had a story about kidush hachodesh, which didn't address the dateline directly, but did maintain that the day "started" 90 degrees east of Jerusalem.
The Chazon Ish therefore calculated that the dateline is 90* east of Jlem, (about the th E meridian), but it also bends around land masses. By Rabbi Dr. Azriel Rosenfeld This class presents an overview of Jewish Law based on the Rambam’s Mishneh Torah, the comprehensive code of Moses Maimonides.
Summaries of each section of the Mishneh Torah present the reader with a basic understanding of the topics covered. Thus the class participant acquires knowledge about the breadth of the Halachic system. The course material is.
This book presents a smattering of commonly needed laws presented in clear modern language, well organized and easy to understand. The breadth and depth of Halacha is enormous but this concise reference is a good starting place as any/5(23).
Location of the Halachic Date Line. There are various opinions about the location of the halachic date line. The three main opinions of the location of the Halachic Date Line are: The Chazon Ish quoting the Kuzari and the Baal Hamaor who state that the date line is 90° east of the Har Habayis.
Halakha (/ h ɑː ˈ l ɔː x ə /; Hebrew: הֲלָכָה, Sephardic:; also transliterated as halacha, halakhah, halachah, or halocho) (Ashkenazic:) is the collective body of Jewish religious laws derived from the written and Oral a is based on biblical commandments (), subsequent Talmudic and rabbinic law, and the customs and traditions compiled in the many books such as the.
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Occasionally, authors are listed rather than a single work. Documents which have not been preserved or seen as Author: Jeffrey Spitzer. The International Date Line and the Halachic Date Line might be in two different places, but they both serve a similar purpose. They both separate between two different days.
In the world of Halacha it is very important to know where the Halachic Date Line is because so. According to the strict interpretation of this, followed by the Brisker Rav, China and parts of Russia and Australia would be west of the halachic dateline, i.e.
people in those places would observe Shabbos on what the rest of the world considers to be Sunday. A variant on this approach is that of the Chazon Ish.
The Dateline and Halacha. One of the most famous Halachic questions to come out of New Zealand (and Japan) is the question of where the Halachic dateline is.
Briefly the question is where the dateline should be. The International Dateline marked on maps is loosely based on degrees from Greenwich. Given that Halacha doesn’t (necessarily.
The International Dateline in Halacha In conclusion, it seems that this is a naturally necessitated absurdity (from the book Sefer Yesod Olam, written by Isaac Israeli ben Joseph at the request of his rebbe, the Rosh, in א קרפ תישארב Taplin's magnum opus was first published in Hebrew under the title Taarich Yisroel (תאריך ישראל); it was subsequently condensed and adopted into English (The Date Line in Halacha) by Zalman Tropper in and "thoroughly reviewed" by Taplin himself, with another edition being republished through Feldheim Publications in Books shelved as halacha: Headlines: Halachic Debates of Current Events by Dovid Lichtenstein, Laws of Kashrus by Binyomin Forst, Chok L'Yisrael - Beresh.
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Home Audio Shiurim About the Program Maggid Shiur Donate Daily D'var Halacha. Kollel Zichron Amram Presents An Exciting New Program A D'var Halacha From Harav Reingold Shlit'a, Everyday Straight To. 2. See Willie Roth’s essay The International Date Line and Halacha.
3. Appendix II: Baal HaMaor’s Interpretation of 20b and its Relevance to the Dateline” in Talmud Bavli, Schottenstein Edition, Tractate Rosh HaShanah, Mesorah Publications Ltd.
(“ArtScroll”)where “20b” refers to the 20th page 2nd folio of the tractate.