All 613 commandments are in the written torah oral law prior to it being written down : city of refuge Mikvah on masada was found and rabbis went to check it , it was completely kosher and this was before the mishnayos where written vowels It says in the torah do not leave over leave חלב chalav until the morning that can be read as chalav( milk) or chelev ( fats) it makes a big difference which one Exodus 23:18 Exodus 34:23 This word can mean yirah- he shall fear, yireh- he shall see, yarah- you shall show, yehra’eh- you shall appear, no punctuation in torah impossible to know things from torah unless there is a oral component to it. Numbers 29:1- it should be a day of shofar sounding for you When the torah says don’t work on Shabbat- and if you do the most severest of consequences exodus 31:14 yet doesnt explain what is work Duetoronomy 12:21-“you may slaughter of your cattle and of your sheep, which the Lord has given you, as I have commanded you” no where in the torah ( 24 books in tanach) does it says how to slaughter an animal – this is a hint to the oral law The Tradition of the Esrog אֵלֶּה הַחֻקִּים וְהַמִּשְׁפָּטִים וְהַתּוֹרֹת אֲשֶׁר נָתַן יְהוָה בֵּינוֹ וּבֵין בְּנֵי יִשְׂרָאֵל בְּהַר סִינַי בְּיַד מֹשֶׁה. Leviticus 26:46 These are the statutes and the ordinances and the Torahs, which God gave between Him and the children of Israel on mount Sinai in the hand of Moses. Sifra B’Chukotai 8:13-this teaches that two Torahs were given to Israel- one wirtten and one oral. first liposuction surgery documented Bava Metzia 83b rambam hilchot teshuva chapter 3 the following individuals do not have a portion in the world to come. Rather, their [souls] are cut off and they are judged for their great wickedness and sins, forever: There are three individuals who are considered as one “who denies the Torah”: a) one who says Torah, even one verse or one word, is not from God. If he says: “Moses made these statements independently,” he is denying the Torah. b) one who denies the Torah’s interpretation, the oral law, or disputes [the authority of] its spokesmen as did Tzadok and Beitus. c) one who says that though the Torah came from God, the Creator has replaced one mitzvah with another one and nullified the original Torah, like the Arabs [and the Christians]. Each of these three individuals is considered as one who denies the Torah.