Halakha and the Power of Attention

The Hebrew word used for the collection of Jewish religious laws from all sacred texts (Talmudic and rabbinic) is halakha. Halakha is often translated (especially in Christian texts) as “Jewish law,” but that is not what the word means. Halakha literally means “the way of walking.” See, Jewish law is not considered a fixed point. It is part of an ongoin…

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