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Question 1: The ________ is remembered by Moses, in his last speeches before death, both covering the ground of prior codes, but also further laws not recorded earlier, which Moses has, by this point, remembered.
Deuteronomic CodeSolomonPriestly CodeDocumentary hypothesis

Question 2: ________' Sefer Hamitzvot ("Book of Commandments"), on which there is a critical commentary by Nachmanides;
AverroesSoulThomas AquinasMaimonides

Question 3: To construct an ________ to permit carrying to and within public areas on Shabbat
Hasidic JudaismJewish servicesEruvSeudah Shlishit

Question 4: According to Rabbi Simlai, as quoted in the ________, this enumeration of 613 commandments was representative of the following.
Rabbinic literatureTalmudMidrashJewish philosophy

Question 5: Sefer ha-Chinuch ("Book of Education"), attributed to ________ Aaron ha-Levi of Barcelona (the Ra'ah);
Conservative JudaismOrthodox JudaismRabbiJews

Question 6: ________, on the other hand, was of the opinion that they were all given on Mount Sinai, repeated in the Tent of Meeting, and declared a third time by Moses before his death.
Elisha ben AbuyahSifreAkiva ben JosephJoshua ben Hananiah

Question 7: The ________, containing extensive laws concerning rituals and more general situations is given from above the mercy seat in the Tabernacle, once the Ark and Tabernacle have been completed.
TorahPriestly CodeTen CommandmentsHoliness code

Question 8: The ________ is contained within the Priestly Code, close to the end, but is a distinct subsection placing particular emphasis on things which are holy, and which should be done to honour the holy.
Yom KippurHoliness codeRitual DecalogueBible

Question 9: According to Rabbi Ishmael only the principal commandments of these 613 were given on Mount Sinai, the remainder having been given in the ________.
JudaismChristianity and JudaismTorahTabernacle

Question 10: Sefer ha-Mitzvoth by ________ Yisrael Meir Kagan (the "Chafetz Chaim") - this work only deals with the commandments that are valid in the present time.
JewsConservative JudaismOrthodox JudaismRabbi


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