ברכת מעין 3。 ברכת מעין שלוש, מדאורייתא או מדרבנן?

The 'Substance of the Seven' (מעין שבע) Benediction / ברכת 'מעין שבע' on JSTOR

It was recited on Friday eve in the synagogue of Eretz-Israel in order to proclaim the Sabbath in public. Proof of the author's thesis concerning the Palestinian origin of the Magen 'Avot benediction is found in the style of the seven benedictions in their abbreviated form. Many of its members have been world leaders in their field, and have been awarded with notable awards, such as The Israel Prize or The EM'T Prize, awarded annually by the Israeli government. Appearing quarterly, Tarbiz is the principal forum for the expression of the most important developments in contemporary Jewish studies, and its contributors include the leading scholars in the various fields of Jewish studies in Israel and worldwide, as well as young scholars who are beginning to make their mark. On the other hand, in Babylon it was customary to recite the sanctification of wine benedictions Qiddush in the synagogue at the termination of the Friday evening prayer service. However, the 'Substance of the Seven' benediction was borrowed from the Palestinian ritual and became current in the synagogues of Babylon as a means of proclaiming the Sabbath at a later period when wine was not readily available 'there' and due to the lack of wine they could not recite the Qiddush in the synagogue. Tarbiz is the only Hebrew academic journal devoted to the entire range of Jewish studies. The Institute trains over 140 PhD students of different fields of Jewish Studies yearly. This situation is alluded to in the Palestinian Talmud: 'There, in a place where there is no wine, the prayer reader... The Mandel Institute of Jewish Studies was the first research and teaching Institution to be established in the Hebrew University since its inception in 1925. Since the Sabbath was thereby proclaimed, the recital of Magen 'Avot would have been superfluous. Contrary to the accepted opinion that the single benediction containing the 'Substance of Seven' Magen 'Avot was originally recited in Babylon, it is shown that this benediction is of Palestinian origin. Tarbiz was first published in 1930 at the Institute of Jewish Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. recites a single benediction in place of seven and concludes "who sanctifies Israel and the Sabbath day"' TP Berakhot viii : 1.。

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The 'Substance of the Seven' (מעין שבע) Benediction / ברכת 'מעין שבע' on JSTOR

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