Dalet Amot Halacha Series

by Rabbi Ari N. Enkin




Rabbi Ari N. Enkin is a researcher and writer of contemporary halachic issues.
He is the author of The Dalet Amot Halacha Series (6 Vol.) among other works of halacha.
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Da'at V'din: Halachic Insights & Responsa (2013) by Rabbi Ari Enkin

Da'at V'din discusses over 100 contemporary halachic issues in a very clear, articulate, and engaging manner. There are over 2500 marei mekomot intended to enable readers to look up the sources in their original. Also included in this volume is a General Index to all six volumes in the series!
Hardcover / 254 pp.

Among the many topics that are discussed:
Making Early Shabbat
Washing Dishes on Shabbat
A Woman Who Forgets to Light Shabbat Candles
When to Remove Tefillin on Rosh Chodesh
Chametz She'avar Alav Hapesach
Mimouna
Mezonot Rolls
Marrying Off Children According to Age
Yartzeit Customs
Chassidic Women and Shaved Heads
Tipping
Home Renovations
Saying "Jesus/Jehova"
Gezel Sheina
Entering a Church
Severance Pay
Pregnancy: Finding out the Gender
Airplane Travel
The Ban on Living in Spain
Mesira
Business Competition
Yibum Today
"Dairy equipment"
Geniza
....and much much more!

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Shu t Hashulchani: Halachic Insights & Responsa (2012) by Rabbi Ari Enkin

As with the previous volumes, Shu t Hashulchani discusses over 100 contemporary halachic issues in a very unique and broad manner. There are over 2500 maarei mekomot/references.
Hardcover / 265 pp.

Among the many topics that are discussed in the sefer: Shabbat Related Issues (Opening Bottles, Folding a Tallit, Playing Ball, Exercise, and more), Yom Tov Sheini: Visitors to Israel, Yom Hashoah, Kissing Children in the Synagogue, Mezonot Rolls, Business Dealings With Non-Kosher Foods, Breaking an Engagement, The Week Before a Wedding, Shaitels, Animal Issues (Tza ar Ba alei Chaim, Going to the Zoo, Pets, and more), The Tekufa, Travel, autopsies .and much much more!



Ramat HaShulchan: Halachic Insights & Responsa (2011) by Rabbi Ari Enkin

As with the previous volumes, Ramat Hashulchan discusses over 100 contemporary halachic issues in a very unique and broad manner. The style is very clear, articulate, and engaging. There are over 2500 marei mekomot. It's been called "An experience and education in Halacha like no other".

Among the 100 topics are:

Changing the Tune in Lecha Dodi
Semicha Rabbinic Ordination
Chazzanim (History & Halacha)
Shalom Zachar
Adoption
The Katlanit
Breakfast
Pet Care
Is a Hat & Jacket Required for prayer?
The Uman Pilgrimage
Kohanim & Kivrei Tzaddikim
Eating in Public
Concluding “Ga’al Yisrael”
..and much much more!

Among the Haskamot:

Rabbi Ephraim Greenblatt
Rabbi Gedaliah Dov Schwartz “I was amazed clear and easy to understand”
Rabbi Zev Leff “Masterfully presented, interesting, enjoyable highly
recommended”
Rabbi Seraya Deblitzky
Rabbi Avigdor Nebenzahl
Rabbi Shaar Yashuv Cohen
Rabbi Shlomo Aviner “A much needed sefer ”
..and others


Halacha Bilvad: Halachic Insights & Responsa (2010) by Rabbi Ari Enkin

Halacha Bilvad contains over 100 exciting and practical contemporary halachic issues. Each chapter is skillfully compiled from insights and rulings drawn from a wide range of Halachic texts. The extensive amount of information packed into every chapter is meticulously woven together to present each issue in a very unique and holistic manner. The author, noted for his articulate and engaging manner of writing, possesses an exceptional ability to explain even the most complicated matters with extraordinary clarity. With well over 2000 references from the entire spectrum of Halachic sources, Halacha Bilvad is simply an experience and education in Halacha like no other. Among the many topics discussed include: Transporting a Torah, Weddings: Minhagim/Halachot, Mixed Seating at Simchas, Responding to Letters, Dangerous Sports/Activities, Family Planning, Forty Days at the Kotel, Kiddush Between 6 pm & 7 pm, Magic, Nittel Nacht, Chess, & and much much more!

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Dalet Amot: Halachic Perspectives (2008) by Rabbi Ari Enkin

In these clear and concise yet comprehensive essays, the author examines over 100 contemporary issues highlighting their timely relevance from the perspective of halacha – Jewish law. Never shy of controversy and flavored with humor – readers are sure to enjoy this fresh outlook on our daily tasks. With over 1000 references to a variety of classical Jewish texts, Dalet Amot is appropriate for laymen and scholars alike and facilitates further exploration of the issues in their original sources.

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Amot Shel Halacha: Halachic Insights (2009) by Rabbi Ari Enkin

Rabbi Ari N. Enkin once again presents over 100 fascinating contemporary halachic issues in his latest work, Amot Shel Halacha. Each chapter is skillfully compiled from insights and rulings drawn from an extensive range of Halachic texts. The amount of information packed into every chapter is meticulously woven together to present each issue in a unique and holistic manner. The author, noted for his articulate and engaging manner of writing, possesses an exceptional ability to explain even the most complicated matters with extraordinary clarity. With well over 2000 references from the entire spectrum of Halachic sources, Amot Shel Halacha is simply an experience and education in Halacha like no other.

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