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Matmonim means "hidden treasures." Each episode of less than 15 minutes highlights one insight from the Daf Yomi Talmud study cycle. Whether you are a seasoned scholar or an uninitiated seeker, this podcast will inspire you with the meaningful and relevant wisdom to be discovered in every page of Talmud. It will give you the skills to deepen your own learning to get greater satisfaction from the effort you are investing. The podcast is given as a live class each morning at the Raanana Kollel ...
 
As Jews around the world engage in a seven-and-a-half year cycle of Daf Yomi, reading the entire Talmud one page per day, Tablet Magazine's new podcast, Take One, will offer a brief and evocative daily read of the daf, in just about 10 minutes. New episodes will be released daily Monday through Friday.
 
Join the Talmud’s discussion as we explore and debate various selected texts from the vast sea of the Talmud, and gain insight and appreciation of its rich knowledge. This series will help enhance your skills in Talmudic analysis and reasoning, whilst providing a window into the style and language of the Talmud, also known as the Gemara. These courses are taught by Rabbi Binyomin Bitton, an expert Talmudic scholar, who masterfully presents the Talmud’s profound wisdom in a clear, easy to fol ...
 
I have been teaching the Daf for nearly 40 years. I get up at 3:30 am to prep and share the Shiur at 5:30. The Shiur keeps things short and simple and you can expect to also learn more about real-life learnings from the Talmud (with some baseball knowledge as well). If you are just starting the Daf or thinking of joining, I highly recommend you spend 2 minutes reading below. Initiated by Rav Meir Shapiro back in 1923, the completion of each cycle has included more and more participants every ...
 
Hadran.org.il is the portal for Daf Yomi studies for women. Hadran.org.il is the first and only site where one can hear a daily Talmud class taught by a woman. The classes are taught in Israel by Rabbanit Michelle Cohen Farber, a graduate of Midreshet Lindenbaum’s scholars program with a BA in Talmud and Tanach from Bar-Ilan University. Michelle has taught Talmud and Halacha at Midreshet Lindenbaum, Pelech high school and MATAN. She lives in Ra’anana with her husband and their five children. ...
 
Ein Yaakov is a compilation of the Aggadeta, the stories, and other non-legal portions of the Talmud. In this series, we search for moral and philosophical lessons and beliefs that our Sages conveyed to us through these passages. This series was originally delivered at Southeast Hebrew Congregation in Silver Spring, Maryland from October 2017 through December 2018.
 
Yeshiva style Jewish learning mixed with modern secular classes. We will be offering Kabbalah, Torah, Talmud, Mitzvot, Jewish spiritual history, and Halacha. We also plan on bringing you a weekly Jewish news show. Thank you in advance for your patience as we get things up and running. Please sign up by sending an email as your enrollment. By enrolling in the College of Judaism, you will be signed up for class lists, study documents, and news letters.
 
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Further explication of the most recent mishnah: a vessel that has been immersed... and then dunked again. A dunking that does nothing is allowed, of course. And "from one group to the next" - brings us back to the Korban Pesach. But these superfluous immersions are puzzling. Also, a new mishnah: laying on of hands on a korban - on yom tov - permitt…
 
How did the Yom Kippur Machzor come to be? What’s the real story of Kol Nidre and U’Netaneh Tokef? David Stern is the Harry Starr Professor of Classical and Modern Jewish and Hebrew Literature and Professor of Comparative Literature and the Director of the Center for Jewish Studies at Harvard University. His fields of specialization are ancient and…
 
R. Yishak bar Abba: Voluntary Olah (Vayikra 1:4) -> Obligatory Olah כמשפט Voluntary Shelamim (Vayikra 3:2) Beth Hillel – option 1 Voluntary Olah (Vayikra 1:4) -> Obligatory Olah (binyan av) Voluntary Shelamim (Vayikra 3:2) -> Obligatory Shelamim (binyan av) Beth Hillel – option 2 R. Yishak bar Abba: Voluntary Olah (Vayikra 1:4) -> Obligatory Olah כ…
 
In this week’s episode, Brad and Steven talk about an unfortunate incident that occurred several days ago with several tourists from Texas at Carmine’s Italian restaurant on the UWS. The guys share some of their thoughts on Carmine’s, people from Texas, and the short fuses that many people seem to have these days. Have a listen and hope you enjoy i…
 
Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Abby Sosland looks at Masechet Beitza Daf 19. Which is more central to the Chag, the celebration with family and friends or the connection that we make with God? According to Beit Hillel, both are essential. Moadim l’Simcha! The opening and closing music for this podcast is Ufros from The…
 
Welcome to The Jewish Hour with Rabbi Finman, for September 19, 2021. In this episode, Rabbi Finman talks to Andrew Porwancher author of “The Jewish World of Alexander Hamilton“. How do you listen to The Jewish Hour? You have a lot of options you know? iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, RSS, it’s your choice!…
 
Study Guide Beitzah 19 Today’s daf is sponsored by Joanna Rom in remembrance of her mother, Rose Rom (Sura Razel), on her thirteenth yahrzeit. “She is still with me every day, my inner teacher." There is a controversy as to whether it is forbidden to purify a vessel bein hashmashot (twilight) on Yom Tov only or is it forbidden also on a weekday dur…
 
Immersing a vessel on Shabbat - a problem of carrying. But what if the immersion was possible in one's own courtyard? Or what about on yom tov, when carrying isn't an issue? Abaye probes all the possibilities, and permutations of the prohibition. Also, suggestions why dunking on yom tov would be prohibited, in its own right. Plus, another instance …
 
Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Ethan Linden looks at Masechet Beitza Daf 18. “I been out riding fences, for so long now.” Unbeknownst to many, that classic Eagles’ lyric from the song Desperado is not a metaphor for loneliness or heartbreak, but instead a subtle allusion to the rabbinic practice of making gezerot, rabb…
 
Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Ethan Linden looks at Masechet Beitza Daf 18. “I been out riding fences, for so long now.” Unbeknownst to many, that classic Eagles’ lyric from the song Desperado is not a metaphor for loneliness or heartbreak, but instead a subtle allusion to the rabbinic practice of making gezerot, rabb…
 
Beisah 18 A. Reasons why one may not dip vessels on Shabbat: 1. Rabbah – gezera of carrying Seven challenges: a. Private cistern prohibited b. Yom Tov prohibited c. Hashakah is permitted d. Drawing water is permitted e. Became impure on Yom Tov is permitted f. Low level impurity is permitted g. Niddah with clothing is permitted 2. Rav Yosef - May c…
 
Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Ethan Linden looks at Masechet Beitza Daf 17. Which holiness is most holy: the people of Israel, Shabbat, or perhaps the Festivals? A seemingly picayune question about the wording of the blessing for the Amidah inspires some far reaching thinking on the subject. The opening and closing mu…
 
Why is it forbidden to purify vessels in a mikveh on Shabbat? There are four answers to this question. Rabba says that it is a decree that one may come to carry the vessels four cubits in the public domain. On a Yom Tov, they decreed not to permit it as it may lead to people doing it on Shabbat. The Gemara cites five different sources to raise a di…
 
When yom tov falls out on Shabbat, what should the Amidah prayer entail? As discussed in an era when the tefilah wasn't yet set. Also, more on the eruv tavshilin - to what extent do we penalize someone who didn't set up an eruv tavshilin? Plus, what is one supposed to do if one didn't prepare an eruv tavshilin? Also, what about dunking vessels or y…
 
Study Guide Beitzah 17 Today's learning is sponsored by Leora and Marty Fineberg, in memory of Miriam Adler, Leora's mother, on her third yahrzeit, whose yahrzeit was on Yom Kippur. As a young girl, she begged her father to teach her Gemara so she could expand her knowledge. She would have loved to know that her daughter and daughter-in-law are pur…
 
Today’s Daf Yomi pages, Beitzah 17, 18, and 19, continue to contemplate the difference between Shabbos and Yom Tov. Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin joins us to think about how these two celebrations feel different and reflect two very different worlds. More than just another day you have to email your boss, Yom Tov takes us someplace else. But where? Listen …
 
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