The mishnah is the compilation of oral laws made in the second century which along with the commentary on it the gemara constitute the oral law basis of jewish religious practice rabbi lipman in his introductory chapter explains what the mishnah is and the part it plays in jewish life. For the same reason jewish tradition generally regards the teachings of the amoraim insofar as they are expounding the oral law as more authoritative than contemporary rabbinic teachings. The mishnah oral teachings of judaism eugene j lipman home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create lists bibliographies and reviews or search worldcat find items in libraries near you . Answer the mishnah is the oral law in judaism as opposed to the written torah or the mosaic law the mishnah was collected and committed to writing about ad 200 and forms part of the talmud a particular teaching within the mishnah is called a midrash
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