Darkah shel Torah
Collection of articles on Jewish thought and values, some of which were originally published as an introduction to Darkhei Moshe.
Darkhei Moshe (Amiel)
Rav Amiel’s first halakhic publication, covering topics like sacrifices in the Temple, vows, and financial laws.
HaMiddot leCheker haHalakhah
Three-volume work on Jewish legal methodology; Rav Amiel’s magnum opus.
Hegyonot El Ami
Essays for the High Holiday season, Sukkot, and the Torah portions in the Book of Genesis.
Justice in the Jewish State according to the Torah
Essay analyzing Judaism’s approach to justice, ethics and law in comparison to secular approaches
Rav Amiel’s last work, addressing topics like belief in God and the Godliness in people, Jewish ethics, and Rav Amiel’s perspectives on Jewish history.
About Rav AmielRabbi Moshe Avigdor Amiel (1883-1945) was the chief rabbi of Antwerp and later of Tel Aviv, a noted Jewish philosopher, and a leader in the Mizrachi and religious-Zionist movements. He founded many schools and yeshivot (talmudic academies) in both Antwerp and Israel, some of which now carry his name. Among Rav Amiel’s many works are collections of sermons he delivered, a celebrated three-volume book on legal methodology, and essays outlining his perspective on contemporary Judaism.
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