“This is definitely a shift. People who never thought they would be learning new technologies are learning new technologies.”
The new dictionary is accessible for people with disabilities, and is linked, word by word, to millions of other verses.
The Talmud will now be freely accessible by all people in the two languages – English and Modern Hebrew - spoken by 90% of world Jewry.
NEW YORK (JTA) — For centuries, studying a page of the Talmud has come with a bevy of barriers to entry. Written mostly in Aramaic, the Talmud in its most commonly printed form also lacks punctuation or vowels, let alone translation. Its premier explanatory commentary, composed by the medieval sage Rashi, is usually printed in…
A rabbi has published a source sheet with biblical texts on whether it’s OK to knock out a Nazi.