Part IIAppendicesAppendix A Shetar Hetter IskaAppendix B Leasehold Agreement
PreludeChapter VIII The Sanctity of the Liberated TerritoriesChapter IX Judea and Samaria, Settlement and ReturnChapter X EntebbeChapter XI CircumcisionChapter XII Women on Synagogue BoardsChapter XIII The Prohibition against IntermarriageChapter XIV Mental Incompetence and Its Implications in Jewish LawChapter XV Torah Education of the Mentally RetardedChapter XVI Teaching Torah to Non JewsChapter XVII Capital Punishment in the Noachide CodeChapter XVIII Status of the Deaf Mute in Jewish LawChapter XIX Hetter Iska
About this Text
Contemporary Halakhic Problems is a multi-volume book of halakhic (legal) reasoning on modern issues by Rabbi J. David Bleich, a distinguished bioethicist and professor of law and Talmud. Rabbi Bleich provides lucid summaries and analyses of classic halakhic questions alongside pioneering applications of Jewish law to current social, political, technological and religious issues. The work is not a practical halakhic guide, but is rather devoted to theoretical analysis.
Author: J. David Bleich
Composed: New York, c.1977 - c.1983 CE