Group the 613 mitzvoth to discover more about the law
The Commandments of the Law Interactive provides information on the 613 mitzvoth (commandments) as delineated by Maimonides (Rambam) in the Middle Ages, around 1170 C.E. While the Rabbis freely referred to the 613 mitzvoth and agreed on their number, they rarely provided a completed list and therefore understood the commandments differently. These commandments are explicit commandments found within the Torah as understood by the Rabbis. Maimonides distilled the principles for identifying the 613 mitzvoth and also provided a reliable list. His list contains 248 positive commandments and 365 negative ones.The Commandments of the Law interactive allows you to group the 613 mitzvoth (commandments) into various categories (State, People, Category, etc.) and track down a specific type of law.
Example: Find all the food prohibitions in the Torah then sort them by topic like goats, birds, or yeast.
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Commandments of the Law . . .
- Groups the 613 mitzvoth commandments into categories
- Tracks down specific types of the law
- Provides various categories of the law such as state, people, and category
- Title: Commandments of the Law
- Author: Rick Brannan
- Publisher: Lexham Press
- Publication Date: 2015
- Resource Type: Interactives