Definition of Dual torah
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The Dual Torah is a creation of the rabbis during the Rabbinic Period. This belief is that God gave two Torahs at Mt. Sinai. The first one--the Written Torah--was in written form and is essentially the first five books of the Hebrew Bible. The second one--the Oral Torah--was passed down through the centuries from teacher to disciple. Eventually it was written down and incorporated into the Talmud. See also Torah.