Translation of Talmud in Spanish:

Talmud

Pronunciation /ˈtalmʊd//ˈtɑlˌmʊd//ˈtalməd//ˈtælməd/

noun

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    • But the Talmud in its own way is just as radical in its reinterpretation of Scripture as is the New Testament.
    • The Talmud was clearly less concerned with theological correctness than we are today.
    • Now, again, put yourself into the mindset of 1500 years ago, the time of the Talmud.
    • Keep in mind, however, the Talmud says, that humiliating somebody publicly is tantamount to murder.
    • In just seven and a half years, he said, you could learn the whole Talmud.
    • The world of the Talmud is one of razor-sharp analysis.
    • These are not the words of the Talmud quoted here.
    • To read the Talmud is to read a lot of arguments.
    • The obligation to give workers fair warning of their deficiencies is mentioned in the Talmud.
    • Mendel explains how the music is not noise, how the lyrics have actual meaning and even apply to the Talmud.
    • Nevertheless, a wide variety of views on asceticism are found in the Talmud.
    • Later, the Babylonian Talmud was compiled, which was thought to be superior to its predecessor.
    • The Talmud tells of a disagreement in the Sanhedrin (the Jewish Supreme Court) over a point of law.
    • According to the Talmud, during the First Temple period of about 410 years, there were only 18 High Priests.
    • His enlightened mind refused to condemn the Talmud without a most searching enquiry.
    • This can be illustrated by a teaching in the Talmud about the secret to marital harmony.
    • The Talmud teaches that the Torah speaks in the language of man.
    • This mentality is already revealed in numerous passages of the Talmud.
    • Old men should sit in the sun, says the Talmud, to remember the simple feeling of well-being that physical enjoyment brings.
    • Samuel had an only daughter, who was learned in the Scriptures and the Talmud.