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The Halakah (Hebrew, "path" or "way"), in Judaism, is the body of traditional law that is based on rabbinical interpretation and supplements the scriptural law contained in the Pentateuch, the Law of Moses.的Halakah(希伯來文,“路徑”或“辦法”),在猶太教,是傳統法律是基於猶太教的解釋和補充五,摩西的律法包含在聖經的法律。 Transmitted by word of mouth by the highest rabbinical authorities, these supplementary laws were first written down in the Talmud, during the first five centuries of the Christian era, and in the Midrash, or scriptural exegesis.通過口口相傳的最高猶太教當局,傳播這些補充法律首次寫下來,在塔木德,在第一世紀的基督教時代,並在midrash,或聖經註釋。 The Halakah is the purely legal content of these works, the illustrations and amplifications of the ethical, political, and religious principles involved in the laws being set down in the Haggada.的halakah是純粹的法律,這些作品內容,插圖和擴增的倫理,政治和宗教的原則,所涉及的法律在Haggada。 After the completion of the Talmud, the Halakah continued to develop as it was applied to new situations by rabbinical authorities.建成後的猶太法典,在halakah繼續發展,因為它是新形勢下的猶太教當局。 The Haggada also continued to develop, in the form of compilations, commentaries, and mystical and moral literature. Haggada也持續發展,彙編,評論和神秘的和道德的文學形式。

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