Judaism the oral law talmud mishna category judaism holy scriptures jewish tradition generally regards the teachings of the amoraim insofar as they are expounding the oral law as more authoritative than contemporary rabbinic teachings in addition to extensive legal discussions in . That was mishnah if its the oral law why is it written in his time jewish tradition was faced with an enormous problem jewish law demanded that the oral law remain oral it was forbidden to write down how then did rabbi judah the prince write it. A description of judaisms primary book of jewish legal theory published at the end of the second century ce the mishnah is an edited record of the complex body of material known as oral torah that was transmitted in the aftermath of the destruction of the second temple in 70 ce rabbi judah the
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