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Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz

Masechet Hullin – 131a-137b

November 2, 2011, by

The Coming Week’s Daf Yomi by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz This essay is based upon the insights and chidushim (original ideas) of Talmudic scholar Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, as published in the Hebrew version of the Steinsaltz Edition of the Talmud. Hullin 131a-b – Who received first tithes? Aside from the zero’ah (shoulder), lehayayim (cheeks) and kevah

Masechet Hullin – 124a-130b

October 25, 2011, by

The Coming Week’s Daf Yomi by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz This essay is based upon the insights and chidushim (original ideas) of Talmudic scholar Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, as published in the Hebrew version of the Steinsaltz Edition of the Talmud. Hullin 124a-b – Changing the subject Not all situations of tum’ah (ritual defilement) are created equal.

Masechet Hullin – 103a-109b

October 6, 2011, by

The Coming Week’s Daf Yomi by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz This essay is based upon the insights and chidushim (original ideas) of Talmudic scholar Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, as published in the Hebrew version of the Steinsaltz Edition of the Talmud. Hullin 103a-b – Meat and milk Three times in the Torah we find the prohibition repeated

Masechet Hullin – 110a-116b

October 6, 2011, by

The Coming Week’s Daf Yomi by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz This essay is based upon the insights and chidushim (original ideas) of Talmudic scholar Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, as published in the Hebrew version of the Steinsaltz Edition of the Talmud. Hullin 110a-b – Eating udder On yesterday’s daf (=page) we learned that one can eat udder

Masechet Hullin – 117a-123b

October 6, 2011, by

The Coming Week’s Daf Yomi by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz This essay is based upon the insights and chidushim (original ideas) of Talmudic scholar Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, as published in the Hebrew version of the Steinsaltz Edition of the Talmud. Hullin 117a-b – Ritual defilement The ninth perek (=chapter) of Masechet Hullin begins on today’s daf

Masechet Hullin – 89a-95b

September 22, 2011, by

The Coming Week’s Daf Yomi by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz This essay is based upon the insights and chidushim (original ideas) of Talmudic scholar Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, as published in the Hebrew version of the Steinsaltz Edition of the Talmud. Hullin 89a-b – Recognizing the blue of tzitzit Following the quote from Avraham that appeared on

Masechet Hullin – 96a-102b

September 22, 2011, by

The Coming Week’s Daf Yomi by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz This essay is based upon the insights and chidushim (original ideas) of Talmudic scholar Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, as published in the Hebrew version of the Steinsaltz Edition of the Talmud. Hullin 96a-b – When eating is considered significant In Jewish law, in order for food to

Masechet Hullin – 82a-88b

September 15, 2011, by

The Coming Week’s Daf Yomi by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz This essay is based upon the insights and chidushim (original ideas) of Talmudic scholar Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, as published in the Hebrew version of the Steinsaltz Edition of the Talmud. Hullin 82a-b – Setting priorities in the slaughter of animals We have learned above (see daf,

Masechet Hullin – 75a-81b

September 8, 2011, by

The Coming Week’s Daf Yomi by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz This essay is based upon the insights and chidushim (original ideas) of Talmudic scholar Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, as published in the Hebrew version of the Steinsaltz Edition of the Talmud. Hullin 75a-b – A living, breathing, partially slaughtered animal As we learned on yesterday’s daf (=page),

Masechet Hullin – 68a-74b

September 1, 2011, by

The Coming Week’s Daf Yomi by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz This essay is based upon the insights and chidushim (original ideas) of Talmudic scholar Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, as published in the Hebrew version of the Steinsaltz Edition of the Talmud. Hullin 68a-b – When a fetus can’t wait to see the world The fourth perek (=chapter)