- From halacha + -ic. (Wiktionary)
“As a result, there was and still is a determined attempt to subject state law and even foreign policy to so-called halachic rulings, issued almost as divine Law by former chief rabbis and other prominent exegists of the Tradition; rulings on what must never be traded with the Palestinians, not even for lasting peace.”
“The authors are not known as halachic masters or decisors in Jewish Law.”
“halachic" lifestyle described above is conducive to creating an environment in which molesters feel free to ply their evil trade.”
“Rabbi Greenberg is a unique and amazing person, a scholar and master teacher in his own right, and he responded this way to that comment, writing, While commitment to halachic (legal) norms is central to the definition of Orthodoxy, the rabbi's comparison is absurd.”
“I am committed to the halachic system, both in theory and practice.”
“He writes in his book, Is it possible to believe that, in light of new realities, the standard halachic ruling on homosexual relations is in error and still be a loyal advocate of the system?”
“Though there are many halachic Jewish legal opinions as to what is required of a Noahide, I would just point to what Rabbi Isaac Herzog, the second Chief Rabbi of Israel, wrote in his book T'chuka L'yisroel al Pi Hatorah.”
“And yet, like many Jews who regard Jewish status to require a Jewish mother or proper conversion, I admit to feeling pride when a Jewish athlete or celebrity is successful, even if their "Jewishness" isn't technically defined by halachic standards.”
““Jewish literacy” is not acquired by reading the machinations of halachic detectives or humdrum pedants and heavenly caretakers.”
“But while Kanefsky's sentiments were justifiably focused on a man's halachic "edge" over women, it seems to me that an important idea got lost.”
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