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The links you provide have to do with giving up one's life to prevent committing a sin. I'll answer according to your question on rabbinical violations that carry a death penalty. There is a baraita found throughout the Talmud (such as Ber. 4b) which states: וכל העובר על דברי חכמים חייב מיתה Anyone who transgresses the pronouncements of the Sages ...


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Additional evidence that one doesn't fulfill a biblical obligation can be adduced from Rambam's opinion that one is obligated to teach his son specifically the written law (Hil. Talmud Torah 1:7). In general Rambam (e.g. sefer hamitzvos assei 11) parallels the obligations of personal study and teaching ones sons as parts of the commandment "v'shinantem ...


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Chasam Sofer - Parshas Yisro - Asher Lraiacha says that the seven Mitzvos are as follows. א - Aveilus - Seven days of Aveilus ש - Simcha - Seven days of Simchas Chasan and Kallah ר - Rechitza - Netilas Yadayim ל - Lechem - Not to eat Pas Akum or Bishul Akum ר - Reshuyos - This is Eruvin which combines Reshuyos ע - Amalaik - Reading the Megila, which ...


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The Chinuch (p394 in this edition) gives the list below and explains each in detail! The 7 Mitzvos are: 1) Berachos - Reciting Berachos 2) Netilas Yadayim - washing your hands 3) Eruvin - allowing one to carry within an Eruv and walk further on Shabbos through an Eruv Techumin 4) Reciting Hallel on festivals 5) Ner Shabbos - Shabbos candles 6) ...



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