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רמב״ם ־ הלכות תלמוד תורה א:יב ודברי קבלה בכלל תורה שבכתב הן Which the Avodas Hamelech sources: ודברי קבלה בכלל תורה שבכתב הן. קדושין מ"ט קרא אנא עד דקרי אוריתא נביאי וכתובי וכו (The Divrei Yirmiyahu also interprets the Rambam in this case as referring both to Neviim and to Ksuvim.)
I believe that the opposite is true. In the Rambams litterateur דברי קבלה usually refers to the Torah Shebeal Pe (קיבלו במסורת) (although the Rambam view is that Halachot learned from נ''ך is in the status of Drabanan, so he might have referd to them as Divri Kabala as well) while כתבי קודש refers to Torah Shebechtav.
The last of the true prophets (nevi'im) were indeed Chaggai, Zechariah, and Malachi. The Talmud (Bava Batra 12a) cites: R. Abdimi from Haifa said: Since the day when the Temple was destroyed, prophecy has been taken from the prophets and given to the wise. i.e. the wise can predict the future using their wisdom, but not through nevua - prophecy. (The ...
On 12th Adar 1, 5752 (1992) a representative from the women's group (Mrs. Chava Cohen) gave the Rebbe a tambourine. Plastered all over it was the phrase Yechi etc. As she handed it over she said "This is for the Rebbe, Shlita. With this tambourine the women danced yesterday with joy that breaks through all limitations. With a deep trust in the revelation of ...
According to a number of biographers who have carefully sifted through his writings and researched into private conversations, R. Schneerson never explicitly stated that he was a prophet or the messiah. As Simon Dein has stressed, however, in Lubavitcher Messianism, the Lubavitcher Rebbe made many statements during his life, particularly reiterated by ...
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