10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TALLIT»
Discover the use of tallit
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to tallit
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This highly praised book is the first comprehensive scholarly work in English to address exclusively the laws of tzitzit.
Hertzel Hillel Yitzhak, 2006
Entering the High Holy Days: A Complete Guide to the ...
The biblical verse concerning the tallit speaks of seeing the fringes (Num. 15:39);
this phrase is taken to mean that the fringes of the tallit are to be worn only when
they can be seen, that is, during the day when it is light. Why, then, do we wear ...
The Concise Code of Jewish Law: Compiled from Kitzur Shulḥan ...
It is permissible to go out with a tallit that is properly equipped with tzitzit and
worn in the normal manner of clothing. But if the tallit is folded and wrapped
around one's neck, it is forbidden where it is not customary to wear it that way.36
An Encyclopedia of American Synagogue Ritual
In addition, the tallit is worn during the Kol Nidre service on the evening of Yom
Kippur. While Moses ibn Machir, in his Seder Hayom, defended the wearing of
tallit and tefillin during the afternoon service, the general practice of wearing tallit
Kerry M. Olitzky, Marc Lee Raphael, 2000
Iconography of Religions: Judaism. The Jewish sanctuary
During morning (shaharit) prayers, the pious male Jews puts on a prayer shawl
known as a tallit (Plate XLIV). Originally Jews dressed as people did in the
Hellenistic and Roman worlds and simply wore a tunic and a cloak (known as
Contemporary American Reform Responsa
WEARING A TALLIT WHILE CONDUCTING THE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICE
QUESTION: May a tallit be worn by the individual who conducts a late Friday
evening service? (Rabbi D. R. Prinz, Teaneck, NJ) ANSWER: The Biblical
My People's Prayer Book: Birkhot hashachar (morning blessings)
Two garments are worn, the tallit katan (a poncho-like “small tallit under the shirt)
and the tallit gadol (the large ceremonial garment worn during prayer). Since the
purpose of tsitsit is to “remind you...of all of the commandments,” it is clear that ...
Lawrence A. Hoffman, 2001
The Biblical and Historical Background of Jewish Customs and ...
TALLIT CUSTOMS The mitzvah of tzitzit assumed great importance because, like
tefillin, they proclaimed to the general community the wearer's Jewishness. By
the same token they served as a reminder of one's religious commitments and ...
The Creative Jewish Wedding Book: A Hands-on Guide to New & ...
Tallitot: A tallit is the traditional Jewish prayer shawl worn for morning prayers.
Traditionally, brides would present their new husbands with a special wedding
gift of a new tallit, which might also be used as the wedding canopy. Today in
Gabrielle Kaplan-Mayer, 2009
Dictionary of Jewish Words: A JPS Guide
The shroud is white to represent the purity of the soul of the deceased. Jewish
men and women may also be buried with the tallit or kitel they wore during their
lifetime. tallis n. Hebrew (TAH-liss) The Ashkenazic/Yiddish pronunciation of tallit.
Joyce Eisenberg, Ellen Scolnic, 2010
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TALLIT»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term tallit
is used in the context of the following news items.
Overcoming the Misogyny of Tisha B'Av
Separately, I had been grappling with other issues in my Jewish practice - one of which was whether or not I wanted to wear a tallit or prayer shawl. I had come ... «Forward, Jul 15»
Looking for a Jewish prayer shawl? Try Old Navy
The Old Navy “tallit” is the latest in an ongoing conversation about everyday clothing relating to Jewish culture. While some of these occurrences are relatively ... «The Times of Israel, Jul 15»
Tucson tallit artist: 'Everything is generated by story'
From Providence, R.I., to Santa Fe, N.M., to Tucson, with many stops in between, tallit maker Beth Surdut has always been an artist. Her approach to Judaism is ... «Jewish Post, May 15»
Design a tallit as unique as they are
Charles Harris surprised his son, Jason, who had his bar mitzvah at Valley Beth Shalom in Encino last August, with a custom rock 'n' roll tallit. After looking ... «Jewish Journal, May 15»
Prayer shawl is the biggest in the world
The Guinness World Records has certified that Boca Raton Synagogue has the world's largest tallit, or Jewish prayer shawl, at 1,471 square feet. It is used for ... «Sun Sentinel, Apr 15»
Florida synagogue sets first world record for largest tallit
The Guinness Book of World Records certified a special tallit made for the Boca Raton Synagogue, a modern Orthodox congregation, for its yearly Simchat ... «Haaretz, Mar 15»
Tallit certified by Guinness as world's largest
In 2013, Boca Raton Synagogue — a Modern Orthodox congregation in west Boca Raton — first used a 1,471.74-square-foot tallit ("Jewish prayer shawl") made ... «Sun Sentinel, Mar 15»
A Haggadah for 'black-hat reactionaries and tallit-wearing lesbians'
A Haggadah for 'black-hat reactionaries and tallit-wearing lesbians'. Veteran creator of 'Dry Bones' cartoons creates a 'guidebook' relevant for Jews of every ... «Haaretz, Jan 14»
Personalized tallit is 'portable sacred space,' says designer who will …
Beth Surdut, a designer of tallitot from Santa, Fe., N.M., will discuss the importance of personalized prayer shawls on Sunday, Jan. 12 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the ... «Jewish Post, Jan 14»
How Buying a Tallit at 46 Helped Me Claim My Place in the Jewish …
I sneaked into West Side Judaica in Manhattan on a sunny afternoon two years ago and stealthily made a beeline for the tallit section in the back, where I found ... «Tablet Magazine, Dec 13»