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  • Bat Kol

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    Rabbinic literature points to this verse as an example of the voice of G-d later referred to as a Bat Kol, or "daughter's voice." Some i ...

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    Are there other examples of the Bat Kol or voice of G-d in Tanakh? ...

  • Deuteronomy 4 : 12

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    The Lord spoke to you out of the fire; you heard the sound of words but perceived no shape—nothing but a voice. ...

  • Rabbi Bat-Or

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  • Joseph's Bones: Unfinished Family Business

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    This week’s Torah portion, B’shalach, features the defining moment of our national story: the children of Israel passing through the Sea of ...

  • Leviticus 11 : 19

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    the stork; herons of every variety; the hoopoe, and the bat. ...

  • Deuteronomy 14 : 18

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    the stork, any variety of heron, the hoopoe, and the bat. ...

  • Exodus 13 : 17

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    Now when Pharaoh let the people go, God did not lead them by way of the land of the Philistines, although it was nearer; for God said, “The ...

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    Lemma in Hebrew transliteration va-yaharog YHWH kol bekhor Lemma the Lord slew every first-born Critique of social-gender ascription See my ...

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    Lemma in Hebrew transliteration kol-ha-’adam ve-ha-behemah Lemma every man and beast Critique of social-gender ascription See my note **at 8 ...

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    Lemma in Hebrew transliteration kol qehal `adat yisra’el Lemma all the assembled congregation of the Israelites Critique of social-gender as ...

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    Lemma in Hebrew transliteration dabberu ’el kol `adat yisra’el Lemma speak to the whole community of Israel Critique of social-gender ascrip ...

  • The spirituality of eating

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    Although Judaism has had an ascetic strain in its history, for the most part, Judaism has celebrated the human body, and has made food an in ...

  • Midrash: Classical Rabbinic

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    Lemma She took pity on it Theme Attitudes towards gentiles Subtheme Righteous gentiles Original Source Midrash Leviticus Rabbah 1.3 Secondar ...

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    Lemma in Hebrew transliteration u-met kol bekhor Lemma every first-born . . . shall die Critique of social-gender ascription The rendering i ...

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    Lemma in Hebrew transliteration techezeh mi-kol ha-‘am ’anshei chayil . . . ’anshei ’emet Lemma seek out from among all the people capable m ...

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    Lemma in Hebrew transliteration va-yecherad kol-ha-‘am ’asher ba-machaneh . . . va-yotzei’ mosheh ’et ha-‘am liqra’t ha-’elohim Lemma and al ...

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    Lemma in Hebrew transliteration kol ha-’anashim ha-mevaqshim ’et nafshekha Lemma all the men who sought to kill you Critique of social-gende ...

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    Lemma in Hebrew transliteration kol-ha-noge‘a ba-har . . . ’im behemah ’im ’ish lo’ yichyeh Lemma Whoever touches the mountain . . . beast o ...

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    Lemma in Hebrew transliteration va-yelekh mosheh ve-’aharon va-ya’asfu ’et-kol-ziqnei benei yisra’el. . . . va-ya`as ha-’otot le-`einei ha-` ...

  • Remark

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    This is a [potential] flaw the NJPS translation. Nowhere in the Hebrew verse is the word "kol", "all"/"every" used in regard to land animal ...

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    In its attempt to justify Ecclesiastes as essentially a religious work, Kohelet Rabbah (midrash) portrays the sun as the horizon between "th ...