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Deorita D’oraita Sources for Halacha

We often see that the author of a p'sak maintains that a ruling is b'oreitad’oraita even in cases when there is no link to any of the 613 mitzvot listed by Rambam, etc. Must every halacha ruled as a d'orita,d’oraita be able to be traced back to one of the 613 mitzvot?

Deorita Sources for Halacha

We often see that the author of a p'sak maintains that a ruling is b'oreita even in cases when there is no link to any of the 613 mitzvot listed by Rambam, etc. Must every halacha ruled as a d'orita, be able to traced back to one of the 613 mitzvot?

D’oraita Sources for Halacha

We often see that the author of a p'sak maintains that a ruling is d’oraita even in cases when there is no link to any of the 613 mitzvot listed by Rambam, etc. Must every halacha ruled as a d’oraita be able to be traced back to one of the 613 mitzvot?

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Deorita Sources for Halacha

We often see that the author of a p'sak maintains that a ruling is b'oreita even in cases when there is no link to any of the 613 mitzvot listed by Rambam, etc. Must every halacha ruled as a d'orita, be able to traced back to one of the 613 mitzvot?