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Ketubot, Daf 75

Ketubot

Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Danny Nevins looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 75. Who is more eager to be married—a man or a woman? In the world of the sages, the answer is obvious. A woman wants to be married, even to a flawed man, since he provides food and […]

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Shemot Shel Rechovot (Names of Streets)

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In this episode of Rega Shel Ivrit (A Moment of Hebrew), host and Master teacher Michal Nachmany teaches about the names of streets in Israel. We hope that you will join us again for future episodes. If there are specific words or themes that you would like Michal to discuss, please eMail her at MzMotek@gmail.com or […]

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Ketubot, Daf 74

Ketubot

Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Danny Nevins looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 74. Who has more power, a lawyer or a doctor? How do men feel about sending their wives to court? Whose character is more in question—the wife who makes vows, or the husband who can’t abide them? To […]

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Israel: Dreaming of Deliverance (Part Two)

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In part two of his latest “Essentials of Judaism” class, Rabbi Knopf talks about the history of Zionism, the modern State of Israel, and the connection between the Jewish people and the land of Israel. http://media.blubrry.com/jcasttotalfeed/p/JCastNetwork.org/storage/Tisch/172.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | RSS

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Ketubot, Daf 73

Ketubot

Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Danny Nevins looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 73. Our chapter deals with unpleasant surprises after the wedding. First with things the husband discovers about his wife, and then with things the wife discovers about her husband. But let us not thing that this is an […]

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Ketubot, Daf 72

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Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Abby Sosland looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 72. Do we bury the dead for them or for us? While we often teach that taking care of the dead is a chesed shel emet, a kindness that cannot be repaid, our daf suggests otherwise. Instead, caring […]

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Tazria-Metzora: Including All

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What can we learn from this Torah portion about bringing people in, rather than pushing them away For more information about Rabbi Danny, please visit RabbiDanny.com The opening and closing music for this podcast is Coming Out of the Dark by Matt Stamm. http://media.blubrry.com/jcasttotalfeed/p/JCastNetwork.org/storage/TwoMinutes/163.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | RSS

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Ketubot, Daf 71

Ketubot

Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Abby Sosland looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 71. In the middle of the discussion on vows made between husband and wife, and all the potential problems that might arise in any marriage, the Talmud brings verses that remind us of the relationship between God and […]

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Armed With (50) Days: PESACH -פסח

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A sermon by Rabbi David Ingber on Pesach. For more information please visit romemu.org. http://media.blubrry.com/jcasttotalfeed/p/jcastnetwork.org/storage/romemu/286.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | RSS

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Ketubot, Daf 70

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Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Abby Sosland looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 70. A husband may vow not to support his wife for 30 days, but only if he gets a steward to do what he is forbidden to do. In this case as in others, the legal loophole is […]

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