Torah Knowledge For Non-Jews Vol. 2


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1. Noahide Idenity in the Modern Era I

by Rabbi Avraham Chaim Bloomenstiel
Dayan & Moreh HoRaah


[ Sephardic Hebrew dah-yahn; Ashkenazic Hebrew dah-yawn ]

noun, plural da·ya·nim [Sephardic Hebrew dah-yah-neem; Ashkenazic Hebrew dah-yaw-nim] .

  • a judge in a Jewish religious court.
  • a person knowledgeable in Talmudic law whose advice on religious questions is often sought by rabbis.

Moreh HoRaah

Teaches Talmudic Scholars to become Dayanim and Poskim.

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