Les lois de la terre

Les lois viticoles sont parmi les plus anciennes

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April 4, 2012 15:46
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Les lois rabbiniques et bibliques sur la fabrication du vin casher sont les plus anciennes de toutes les lois viticoles. Celles relatives aux vignobles remontent à la Bible. D’autres, qui concernent les entreprises et autres services viticoles, datent de l’époque talmudique. Il existe des lois qui mettent l’accent sur la terre, et d’autres qui tiennent simplement du bon sens agraire. Certaines d’entre elles peuvent paraître symboliques aujourd’hui, mais elles soulignent pourtant les questions les plus existentielles de la spiritualité et la responsabilité sociale à l’égard du matérialisme. Et à l’époque, elles étaient révolutionnaires.

Observer la casherout est essentiel pour tous les Juifs orthodoxes. Et beaucoup de Juifs laïcs achètent également du vin casher pour Pessah ou pour le Kiddoush.

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