Frequently Asked Questions and Answers found in Halacha

Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

When mentioning his name and the name of his rabbi together, should he mention his rabbi's name first?

The law of prefixing the name was said about Avner who was punished because he prefixed his name to David in a letter he wrote from Avner to David, see Rashi Shmuel 2 12 AP Yerushalmi Pah PA 111 and Psikta Dr. K. P. Pera Eduma and other Midrashim.
And it is true that in Rabbi Cyrilio in Yerushalmi there he explained that he is on the part of a rebel against the kingdom, and also in Tos. Kiddoshin Mag AA, but Mm. On the part of His Highness there is something in this, even though His Highness also has a charge of death when he does not observe his honor as a priest in Erobin, Mm the Rashas took a rebellious course in the kingdom since David was king.
And it should be noted that Demtsino as 122 in the vows page not for the matter of a priesthood that went away from there because he preceded the blessing of Abraham to the blessing of the place, and from there 36 AA to learn to his Lord, and also a blessing is not evidence of mere speech.

In fact, it is impossible to bring evidence from what was not brought up in the arbitrators who did not think there was a prohibition in it, yet even in the case of a king it was not brought up in the arbitrators, and yet we found three places in the sources where it is a prohibition and so on.
Likewise, it is impossible to share that it is a special law in the king who is not on his back but the Lord his God (mishna horiot), because even his Rabbi the Rabbi is above the disciple in many matters of honor.
And I searched and did not find a book that discusses this question to find out whether there is also a clear ruling on this or not.

Although it seems that there are laws of your honor that are simple and they did not say anything explicit, just as one should not say directly to the Rabbi you but the rabbi, which was simple for Gm. Rabbi Yeremiah bar Abba said to the rabbi who is at the door, he said to her there is no bedilna and he did not say who is at the door, and it was simply for the GM without any evidence that he could not say who was at the door to his rabbi.
And also in Yerushalmi Bafa it is not mentioned that there is a prohibition in this, but what is condemned is only the purpose of the punishment, but a prohibition is possible which was simple for them to have in this, and also in Thos in Kiddoshin there it was only explained that whoever does this kind of thing (on the way that was explained there) is a rebel against the kingdom but it is possible to defishta him who is not a way respect.

And for our purpose we seem to bring evidence from Damari' there, Rabbi Eliezer says that the one who prays behind his Rabb and gives peace to his Rabb and returns peace to his Rabb and who disputes his Rabb's yeshiva and says something that he did not hear from the mouth of his Rabb causes the Shekinah to depart from Israel, and the parasha peace to his Rabb when the rest of every person peace be upon you and he did not say peace to him On you Rabbi A.K., and in the Book of Ma'orot there 20 and the one who gives peace to his Lord, that is, like the rest of every person who is not on the path of honor.
But in a way of respect, you should even stop at chapters, a chapter would read like this.

And I.S. in the Tos. of the Rabbi of the year 2000 on the words of the Gam' who gives peace to his rabbi in Yerushalmi means that a student does not give peace to his rabbi at all.

And I. in the Gm' there is also that a person should not pray either against his Rabb or behind his Rabb, and Parashi against his Rabb with his Rabb, and it appears as if they are equal, the back of his Rabb Nemi Yohara is Akal, and it is explained that in everything he does that compares himself to his Rabb transgresses a prohibition.

And so, according to what was explained in Yerushalmi, if one precedes his name with the name of a king, then he is not honoring the king, so it turns out that one must be very careful with this, since it is explained in the Gm that anything that compares itself to his Lord or practices him in speech or deed as his equal or in the way of a layman is forbidden.

And it is known that as much as a person is more careful with his respect, he gets to receive more from him and learn from him.

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