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Welcome to the Great Jewish Podcast! Rabbi Moshe Bamberger, a sought after public speaker, is the Mashgiach Ruchani of Beis Medrash L’Talmud/ Lander College for Men in New York City. He has authored several volumes of original commentary on Tanach, titled Shiras HaLevi, as well as a highly acclaimed series for Artscroll/ Mesorah Publications, including his newest additions, Great Jewish Classics and Great Jewish Photographs. Rabbi Bamberger’s signatures talks, in which he weaves profound tho ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
The Torah contains 613 Mitzvos, Commandments. Many of the Mitzvos are quite familiar to us, such as loving our fellow as ourselves and eating matzah on Passover, but many are more obscure and unfamiliar. The Mitzvah Podcast is a project to offer a snapshot of each mitzvah, in the order in which they appear in the Torah. Each episode will be dedicated to a single Mitzvah or a bunch of Mitzvos if they are closely related and offer an overview of said Mitzvah, together with anecdotes and vignet ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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For the finale of our Art series, artist and writer Never Angeline North comes on to discuss transcendent queer filth as a lifestyle, conversion to Judaism, and the connection between her work and Talmud. Visit our website to ask us questions at xaihowareyou.com and call or Text the Talmud Hotline at 401-484-1619 and leave us a voicemail! Support u…
 
Why the non-kohen subject to death for setting up the logs. Is this activity its own separate act? Plus, this smacks of the Second Temple. And - the new chapter, with the mishnah beginning to account for the activities of the day of Yom Kippur, which are the activities that apply to every day, as it happens. Checking for daybreak. Bringing the kohe…
 
Today's daf is in honor of the city of Jerusalem. Celebrating 54 years since its unification. And for a refuah shleima of Pesha Etel bat Sara. Rav Nachman brings a list of things that are surprisingly more difficult/stronger than something else, like the sun on a cloudy day in comparison to a non-cloudy day. Rabbi Avahu continues with a drasha rega…
 
Today’s Daf Yomi pages, Yoma 28 and 29, get all philosophical: What, the rabbis ask, was the nature of Abraham's Jewish observance, given that he lived before the Torah was given? Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin joins us to dive deep into the nature of our Patriarchs and their faith, and teach us what this question has to do with how we experience Judaism to…
 
Study Guide Yoma 28 Today's daf is dedicated by Elana Perlin in honor of her mother, Barbara Alpert. Happy Mother's Day! I love you and I'm glad I can share my thoughts with you on the daf every day. May the American, Canadian border open soon! The gemara brought two different versions of Rabbi Yochanan's statement regarding when a non-kohen will b…
 
Arranging the wood for the fire - if a non-kohen does this, he is subject to death. If he did it, he should disassemble and reassemble it (which latter part makes no sense!). The kohen needs to step in and participate. But some nighttime activities are permitted to non-kohanim. Until it seems clear that everything is lined up with the daytime! Also…
 
Today’s daf is sponsored by Deborah Hamilton in honor of Susan Rosenberg's birthday. "With love from the women of IAM who wish Susan a day of her favorite things including a swim at the Point, chocolate-covered pomegranate, and learning with the amazing women of Hadran." From where is it derived that the flaying and cutting of the animal of a sacri…
 
The third lottery was for burning the incense and only those who had not done this job in the past could come - why? The fourth was to bring the body parts of the animal from the ramp to the top of the altar. Rabbi Eliezer ben Yaakov disagrees with this and thinks that whoever brings it to the ramp, then brings it to the altar. What is the basis fo…
 
Halachik reasoning and reaching decisions (Pesak), and actionable, relevant principles is both an art and a science. Not everyone who has access to knowledge and information has the character, intuitive talent, cultural background and yir'at shamayim to do draw halachik conclusions from complex Torah sources.…
 
Lotteries #3 and #4, per day in the Beit HaMikdash! For the ketoret, incense, only those who had never done it before were eligible. A blessing of prosperity reaches those who have done it, so once seems to be enough. But the kohanim weren't eligible to do it very often to begin with, so the extra motivation to limit it to once ever may have other …
 
Today’s Daf Yomi pages, Yoma 26 and 27, sings the praises of the tribes of Levi and Issachar, which, we're told, are the ones best at deciding halacha. Nomi Kaltmann, the president of the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance Australia, joins us to explain how meritocracy and expertise come together to make sure the best-qualified people get the right …
 
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