|Statement||by David M. Feldman.|
|LC Classifications||BM720.S4 F44 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 322 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||322|
|LC Control Number||79016712|
The Jewish view on birth control currently varies between the Orthodox, Conservative and Reform branches of Judaism. Among Orthodox Judaism, use of birth control has been considered only acceptable for use in limited circumstances. Conservative Judaism, while generally encouraging its members to follow the traditional Jewish views on birth control has been more willing to . Birth Control in Jewish Law book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. To find more information on Rowman & Littlefield titles, pleas /5(4). Birth Control in Jewish Law: Marital Relations, Contraception, and Abortion as Set Forth in the Classic Texts of Jewish Law. by David M. Feldman. New York University Press. pp. $ Judaism, classically speaking, is a religion grounded in law, the Halakhah, whose myriad particulars in their totality comprise the Jewish “way of life.”. This ruling is codified in the Code of Jewish Law (Even HaEzer 5,12) [16th century] unconditionally. Later rabbinic authorities, however, require some sort of medical indication in order to allow the woman to use the potion of roots. Modern rabbinic authorities today seem to prefer the use of the birth control pill as the modern cup of roots.
Marital Relations, Birth Control, and Abortion in Jewish Law by Feldman, David M. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Get this from a library! Marital relations, birth control, and abortion in Jewish law.. [David M Feldman] -- "First Schocken paperback edition, ". Ballots, Babies, and Banners of Peace: American Jewish Women’s Activism, (NYU Press, ). The book includes two chapters on the history of American Jewish women’s involvement in the early birth control movement. I have repeatedly been asked what the “Jewish position” on contraception was during the early 20 th century. Stern’s Sarah Robinson, who co-organized Rabbi Kahn’s appearance, said she assumes most students at Stern are uninformed about the biology of .
Just 15 years after President Eisenhower declared that birth control is not the government's business, the government supports birth control clinics in 2, of the nation's 3, : American Experience. As we noted above, in Jewish law the male is legally responsible for propagation, and that argues against the man using contraception at least until he has fulfilled that duty.(41) Condoms, moreover, sometimes split or slip off,(42) and even if they . ed. has title: Birth control in Jewish law; marital relations, contraception, and abortion as set forth in the classic texts of Jewish law. Description: xiii, pages 21 cm. The book includes two chapters on the history of American Jewish women’s involvement in the early birth control movement. I have .