Tehumin (Hebrew: תחומין, Tehumin being an acronym for Torah Hevrah UMedINa (Hebrew: תורה חברה ומדינה), lit. Torah, Society and State) is a Hebrew-language annual journal of articles about Jewish law and Modernity.


Tehumin is published in Israel by the Zomet Institute. It has appeared every year since its creation in 1980. Selected articles From Tehumin have been translated into English and published as Crossroads: Halacha and the Modern World.[1]

The journal deals with:


  1. ^ Tehumin Ohio State University Library catalog
  2. ^ Women's Megilla Reading Rabbi Professor Aryeh A. Frimer, Bar-Ilan University.
  3. ^ Advocacy and compassion in the Jewish tradition Sinclair Daniel, Fordham Urban Law Journal, 11, Nov 2003.
  4. ^ Do Priests go to War? Rabbi Judah Zoldan, Bar-Ilan University 25, August 2007
  5. ^ The Laws of Saving Lives: The Teachings of Rabbi S. Z. Auerbach [permanent dead link] Shaare Zedek Medical Center - Publications.
  6. ^ Error in the Creation of Marriage Professor Michael Broyde, Emory University School of Law, Atlanta.