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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – Regulations concerning victuals, where they may or may not be deposited to retain their heat for the Sabbath.

p. 83 CHAPTER IV. REGULATIONS CONCERNING VICTUALS, WHERE THEY MAY OR MAY NOT BE DEPOSITED TO RETAIN THEIR HEAT FOR THE SABBATH. MISHNA I.: Wherein may hot vessels be deposited (to retain the heat) and wherein may they not? Depositing in Gepheth (olive waste), dung, salt, lime, and sand, either…
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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – Regulations concerning stoves, hearths, and ovens.

p. 63 CHAPTER III. REGULATIONS CONCERNING STOVES, HEARTHS, AND OVENS. MISHNA I.: Cooked victuals may be put on a stove that was heated with straw or stubble. If the stove was heated with the pulp of poppy seed (, poppy seed from which the oil was pressed out) or with…
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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – Regulations concerning the Sabbath and Hanukah Light.

p. 31 CHAPTER II. REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE SABBATH AND 'HANUKAH LIGHT. MISHNA I.: What shall and what shall not be used for lighting (the Sabbath light)? The light shall not be made with (wicks of) cedar hast, raw flax, silk fibre, weeds growing upon the water, and ship-moss. 1 Nor…
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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – Regulations Regarding Transfer on the Sabbath.

p. 1 TRACT SABBATH. CHAPTER I. REGULATIONS REGARDING TRANSFER ON SABBATH. MISHNA I.: There are two acts constituting transfer 1 of movable things (over the dividing line of adjoining premises, based on biblical statutes). The two acts are, however, increased to four on the inside and to a like amount…
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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – Synopsis

p. xxi INTRODUCTION TO TRACT SABBATH. WITH this tract we commence the translation of the section of the Talmud called Moed (Festivals), containing the following tracts: Sabbath, Erubhin, Rosh Hashana, Yuma, Shekalim, Sukkah, Megillah, Taanith, Pesachim, Betzah, Hagigah, and Moed Katan. All these tracts are entirely devoted to precepts pertaining…
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The Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Section Moed – Tract Sabbath – Introduction and Synopsis

The Babylonian Talmud Translated by MICHAEL L. RODKINSON Volumes 1-10 1918 Book 1 (Vols. I and II) 1903 Tract Sabbath Volume I Title Page Explanatory Remarks Dedication Contents Preface to the Second Edition Editor's Preface Brief General Introduction to the Babylonian Talmud Introduction to Tract Sabbath Synopsis of Subjects Chapter…
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Matthew

True defilement – it’s not what goes into the mouth that matters, but what comes out (Matthew 14:34 – 15:20).

After the miracle of walking across the water, Jesus crossed over with the disciples and landed at Gennesaret. When people recognized him, word spread throughout the surrounding country. People brought all of their sick to Jesus and begged him to let them merely touch the edge of his cloak. When…
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