Center for Academic and Religious Excellence (C.A.R.E.) | Evaluated Learning Experience
JLW 301 Sabbath I and II
June 2015 - Present.
Upon successful completion of the examination, students will be able to demonstrate proficiency as follows: explain the laws of the Sabbath in regard to the kitchen; distinguish between laws delineated in the Torah versus those prescribed by Sages; discuss various permissible ways of putting food into hot vessels on the Sabbath; identify permissible and forbidden methods of reheating and serving cooked foods; identify forbidden methods of normal cooking processes on the Sabbath; discuss the creation of a new entity on the Sabbath; and discuss laws relating to setting and clearing tables on the Sabbath.
In order to prepare for this examination, students study the following topics: cooking on the Sabbath; immersing foods in hot vessels; keeping food hot on the Sabbath; laws relating to borer; grinding and cutting food; marinating and salting food; creating a new entity; opening food packages; and the laws of muktzah.
In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 6 semester hours in Jewish Law, Judaic Studies, Religious Studies, Near Eastern Studies, or Sociology (6/15) (4/21 revalidation).