What is another word for halakha?
[ hˈalakə], [ hˈalakə], [ h_ˈa_l_a_k_ə]
Related words: halacha, halakha definition, halakhic, halakhic decisions, halakhah definition, halakha jewish law
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In the Jewish tradition, halakha is the collective body of Jewish law, including oral law and tradition. Halakha is composed of three parts: mishnah, or basic teaching; aera, or case law; and paideia, or philosophical treatises.
Halakha is the body of Jewish law that is both biblical and traditional. Biblical law, as codified in the Pentateuch, is binding on all Jews, and it is supplemented, interpreted and clarified by later rabbinic law. Traditional law encompasses the collective body of practices and opinions evolved by the sages of the Oral Law.
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