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Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz

Masechet Chullin 61a-67b

August 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. Chullin 61a-b: Determining the kosher status of birds How do we know which animals are kosher?

Masechet Chullin 54a-60b

August 18, 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. Chullin 54a-b: When is an animal not a treifah? In contrast with the first Mishnah in

Masechet Chullin 47a-53b

August 12, 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. Chullin 47a-b: Genetic conditions and the color of newborns In the context of discussing the significance

Masechet Chullin 40a-46b

August 4, 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. Chullin 40a-b: Slaughtering someone else’s animal for idol worship The Mishnah teaches that if someone slaughters

Masechet Chullin 33a-39b

July 28, 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. Chullin 33a-b: A lack of blood during ritual slaughter Must every case of ritual slaughter include

Masechet Chullin 26a-32b

July 21, 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. Chullin 26a-b: Announcing the approach of Shabbat How were people informed of the time when Shabbat

Masechet Chullin 19a-25b

July 14, 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. Chullin 19a-b: Contrasting ordinary ritual slaughter with Temple service The Mishnah on today’s daf contrasts between

Masechet Chullin 12a-18b

July 7, 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. Chullin 12a-b: Supervising ritual slaughter Rav Nachman quotes Rav as teaching that if someone watches a

Masechet Chullin 5a-11b

June 30, 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. Chullin 5a-b: Identifying Rabban Gamliel and his court As we learned above (see daf, or page

Masechet Menachot 107a-110a

June 23, 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. Menahot 107a-b: Pledging to bring a sacrifice – I How do we interpret the intention of

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