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Audio on Divorce

Audio on Divorce

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Audio | 1:26:45
The Jewish Court
Discover the true meaning of “an eye for an eye” and ideals of Jewish justice. Learn about the process of a Get (Jewish bill of divorce) and women’s rights in light of Jewish law.
Audio | 1:08:28
Marriage and Divorce
When G-d instructs us on how to get divorced, He is demonstrating the qualities we need for a good marriage. He wants us married and to the very person to whom we are married. Yet if you can't do it, He personally supervises the divorce.
The ‘Get’ and Divorce on Five Levels
The Talmud on Divorce, Lesson 1
This series present a Talmudic perspective on principles related to divorce. In this class we gain an basic overview to the Torah concept of divorce and the chief components needed for a valid ‘Get’ (bill of divorce).
Audio | 1:02:33
The Rules of Agency
The Talmud on Divorce, Lesson 2
This series present a Talmudic perspective on principles related to divorce. In this class we explore the finer points of agency regarding a ‘Get’ from out of town…
The Talmud on Divorce, Lesson 3
This series present a Talmudic perspective on principles related to divorce. In this class we examine the practical differences between the two reasons offered by Rabba and Rava in the case of agency for a ‘Get’ from out of town…
The Talmud on Divorce, Lesson 4
This series present a Talmudic perspective on principles related to divorce. In this class we continue to analyze the two differing views of Rabba and Rava in the case of agency for a ‘Get’ from out of town and to explain why the testimony of one witness is sufficient.
Sefer HaMitzvot: Day 78
Sefer HaMitzvot: Day 79
A discussion regarding DNA testing in Rabbinical courts, including identifying someone as deceased, paternity testing, and proof of Jewish identity.
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