A comprehensive halachic guide to the laws of shabbos as they apply throughout the home By Rabbi Simcha Bunim Cohen 6"x9" (250 Pages)Publisher: Mesorah, 1995
Rabbi Simcha Bunim Cohen has earned renown as an authority in Halachah as it applies to the questions and dilemmas of modern life. Now he continues the trailblazing accomplishment of his distinguished earlier works, on the laws of Shabbos and the unique questions of child-rearing.
What do you do if you are in the street and feel something in your pocket?
How do you deal with an embarrassing stain on your jacket or dress?
How do you pay the babysitter who comes on Shabbos?
Safety pins, fasteners, velcro -- are there questions of sewing ?
How and when may packages be opened?
There are any number of questions that require knowledge of the halachic principles and how to apply them. This is Rabbi Cohen s forte. He is a master at taking the mystery out of complex issues. This book, like all his work, is clear, easy to use, authoritative, and thoroughly documented. It reflects the author s years of diligent research, consultation, and application.
In addition to his own expertise, he has always drawn on the wisdom and the personal guidance of such revered sages as RABBI MOSHE FEINSTEIN and RABBI SHLOMO ZALMAN AUERBACH zt l and lhbc h RABBI CHAIM PINCHAS SCHEINBERG shlita.
This exceptional Series is a valuable addition to the new genre of halachic works that are responding to today s need for accurate and comprehensive answers to the new questions that arise day in, day out.