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Eliyahu,as well as Chenoch, had to be born again as babies in the world in order for them to be able to relate to the people of the world and all the sufferings, only GOD Himself could ever just show up and appear out of nowhere from Heaven and know what was going on in the world and everything about it, so they were reincarnated in new earthly bodies from ...


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Chananya ben Azur was a prophet (until he went bad), and he was a Givoni, who are a nation of converts (Rashi on Yirmiyah 28:6).


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In his commentary to Koheles (12:10), Rashi references "the Written Law and the Prophets" ד"ה וכתוב יושר: זה תורה שבכתב והנביאים This strongly implies that the Written Law only includes only the Chumash. R. Meir Ibn Gabbai who lived at the close of the period of the Rishonim writes clearly that the Written Law includes all of Tanach. (Avodas Hakodesh ...


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Here an anonymous source sheet for one of the maggidei shiurim in that Yeshiva quotes the Radbaz (שו"ת מכת"י ח"ח סימן י) as saying that it applies to all Torah, Nevi'im and Kesuvim. The Mordechai (ערובין סימן תקיג) says that Haftorah's are part of written Torah that fall under the issue of being said by heart. Sefer HaItim סימן קפח also says that ...


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The Gemara in Kiddushin (30a) says that a father is obligated to teach his son "mikra, not mishnah." Rava there says "mikra" means "Torah." Rashi explains that this means Chumash, and not Nevi'im or Ketuvim. However, the Rambam codifies this halachah as an obligation to teach one's son "Torah shebichtav kulah," which the Bach, Taz, Shach and Gra understand ...



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