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It is very important to have a Halacha seder. Learn the Shulchan Aruch with the Mishna Berura, as this will help you gain practical knowledge for the rest of the day. If your primary focus is on Gemara, the best thing to do is not to get caught up in the plethora of different sefarim on the Gemara. Rather, focus on learning "pshat" - the inner mechanics of ...


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They are all available here: Bereishis Shemos Vayikra Bemidbar Devarim


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Try this link - goes to a page called כל ספרי חיים ולדר לרכישה אונליין - seems to be his home page of Hebrew books for sale online. (Hat tip: 2nd link on Google)


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See the first section of Rav Zevin's לאור ההלכה which consists of articles about the halachot of war. See also ערכים במבחן מלחמה: מוסר ומלחמה בראי היהדות, which is about Jewish war ethics. There has been an ongoing debate on the subject of civilian casualties in war from a halachic perspective: in addition to some of the articles cited by @loewian, see also ...


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The best solution I have found is a new book by Adir Press (distributed by Feldheim) called "Journey Through Nach". It goes through every perek in Nach and provides a short summary based on the words and meforshim. It's a great read! Highly recommended. Other option are the summaries written on www.shortvort.com which are also very good but I don't know if ...


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No, it is not available for free online. However, it is available in entirety on otzar hachochmah (which allows free preview of the first 40 pages of each volume).


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Yes, the Oz veHadar edition does have the Mishnas Sofrim as does the edtion published by Moznaim.


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There are a number of works about Acher, from the historical-fiction to the scholarly and Hebrew. In addition to the books I mentioned in the comments above, various books by Robert Chazan discuss the medieval figures you mention.


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There is a new book that is quite well written especially for a former Skver Chossid. It is his own memoir of his journey to apostasy but you might find it useful. All Who Go Do Not Return by Shulem Deen.


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If you are Sefardi you might find the Siddur Sefardi haShalem by Rabbi Kohansion useful. It has a linear translation.


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Siddur Besamim Rosh Nusach Ashkenaz & Nusach Sefard is an interlinear Siddur. They can be purchased brand new at Jewish Used Books.


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Rabbi J. David Bleich has articles on the topic in his series Contemporary Halachic Problems (e.g. volumes 3 [Preemptive War In Jewish Law, pp. 251-292.] and 4). Also, Rav Nachum Rabinovitch has a popular halacha work for Israeli soldiers called "Melumdei Milchama". See also: Michael J. Broyde Fighting the War and the Peace: Battlefield Ethics, Peace ...


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You can read it online for free from Scribd. You need a paid subscription to download it, but they let you preview it online without an account. It appears to be the whole thing, all 874 pages.


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As stated by Mefaresh, you will need to have a lot of wisdom, insights and a personal spiritual connection to become a Rebbe. Furthermore, a Rebbe undergoes (like every other profession) education in a Rabbinical school and recieves a Rabinnical Degree, much like your accounting degree, although the difficulty in these classes greatly surpass accounting ...


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Knowledge in Torah is paramount. Prior substantial experience in a yeshiva environment is key to molding both the potential Teachers mind and storehouse of knowledge which will be needed to draw upon when teaching, but his fear of heaven - Yiras Shamayim, as well which is so important in relaying and conveying Torah to students. Practically, there are ...


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I wrote to Dr. Ari Greenspan and R' Dr. Ari Zivotofky, who have hosted "Mesora Dinners," serving foods with interesting Halachic statuses, in various places. As far as they know, there are no kosher restaurants that include locusts on their menus. When they held the Mesora Dinners in the United States, the menu did not include actual locusts; they just got ...



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