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is a Jewish house of prayer and study. The Hebrew term for synagogue is Beit Knesset (House of Assembly) or Beit Tefila (House of Prayer). There are usually separate rooms for prayer (the main sanctuary) and smaller rooms for study. Rooms set aside for study are referred to as "Beth midrash" (Hebrew, House of study.)

Orthodox and most Conservative Jews refer to their houses of worship as ; a few use the Hebrew term Beit Knesset, the Yiddish term shul (meaning "school"), or, amongst some Sephardim, the Spanish and Portuguese term esnoga.  

Most Reform and some Conservative Jews use the term "Temple" to describe their house of worship, but most traditional Jews find this term inaccurate, as Judaism has historically only had one , the Temple in Jerusalem.



This outstanding 3D multimedia CD-ROM is a UNIQUE learning experience.
Through the combination of graphics, videos and true 3D technology, you learn by doing.

The CD permits you to explore on your own the vast stretches of the Temple Plaza. Go ahead, visit the different Chambers... Rooms... Find the Menorah... the Ark... and the Copper Laver. Visit the Bakery.. Operate the tools... Test your skill, build the Mikdash brick by brick.

In addition to the fun of discovery, The Beit Hamikdash is a tool for further study.
Go to the interactive library and search through the many background texts that help clarify the differences between the previous Temples. The Library includes a complete Tanach which is HYPERTEXTED to the Mikdash.

This CD is an excellent educational tool. It makes you feel as if youre really there.


 

 

 

 
Basic Judaism - Spreading Torah at the Speed of Light

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