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In this class, we will revisit our Mishnah. After studying the Talmud's exposition in the past classes, does the Mishnah appear any different now from when we studied it for the first time? Word by word, line by line, we will study the Mishnah again, only this time through the lens of the Talmud.

Talmud Study - Lesson 13

Talmud Study - Lesson 13

The Mishnah Revisited

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Talmud Study - Lesson 13: The Mishnah Revisited

In this class, we will revisit our Mishnah. After studying the Talmud's exposition in the past classes, does the Mishnah appear any different now from when we studied it for the first time? Word by word, line by line, we will study the Mishnah again, only this time through the lens of the Talmud.
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Talmud, Tractate Bava Metziah
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Etta June 9, 2015

Rabbi Wolf,

Thank you so much. This was wonderful. Everything was explained so beautifully and with such enthusiasm! When are you going to do another Talmud series?? Your students are waiting! Reply

Anonymous Holland August 28, 2014

Hi Rabbi Wolf;

Which further talmudic study do you tecommend? Reply

Abraham Hope Manchester UK February 12, 2014

Many Thanks Wonderful lectures, even I could understand. And the handouts are so useful, giving us time to go through it all again, so we really know, thanks yet again. Reply

Steve Miller Port Charlotte, Fl. January 27, 2014

Talmud for Beginners Rabbi Wolf, Your lessons were delivered beautifully. The nuances, twists and turns and unexpected questions made each lesson a delight. I look forward to the next series you may teach. Needless to say, I will be reviewing this course many times. Reply

Yefuneh Des Moines April 7, 2013

Todah Rabah I have completed all 13 lessons and can't express how much I appreciate your willingness to freely share your knowledge and understanding to anyone out there who is willing to listen. I have been so blessed by Chabad.org and Rabbi Wolf's teachings and so many others I have listened to. I have learned much. This website is such a valuable resource of truth and a light to the world. Todah Rabah. Barukh HASHEM. Reply

Laurie Julian Winnetka, CA/USA February 1, 2012

Thank you Thank you so much Rabbi Wolf. What a pleasure it has been to take this class with you. I hope to see you teaching another class online at Chabad. You are a wonderful and enthusiastic teacher. I have really looked forward to taking these classes while I have been home recuperating from surgery. Reply

kameo holland November 13, 2011

Thanks Thanks Rabbi Wolf and the Chabad team for this excellent course!, i really enjoyed it and it partially made me decide to go to lawschool!!!.

You mentioned a next course, is it already online?

bye, kameo Holland Reply

Alex Ray McLean, VA July 16, 2011

Thank You Rabbi Eliezer For this amazing course. I have greatly learned from and enjoyed your lectures. I especially loved all of your beautiful stories and thoughts that you concluded each lecture with. Reply

Anonymous Brookloyn, NY May 2, 2011

Fabulous! Reply

Anonymous San Diego, CA January 15, 2011

Guardianship of people Thank you for your class. Have you developed a class regarding guardianship of people...children...the elderly?
These classes are wonderful! Looking forward to more. Reply

Rivka Ziino Barrington, RI, USA July 24, 2010

Talmud Class Thank you Rabbi Wolf.
What a wonderful class. I hope we do indeed come back to you! Reply

Gary Konecky Fair Lawn, NJ July 22, 2010

Thank you Thank you so much for a most enjoyable course. I hope you do another Talmud course.

My thanks to Chabad for putting the course online. Reply

M Bernal Gretna, LA July 18, 2010

THANK YOU! What a wonderful class, thank you Rabbi Wolf and thank you Chabad. Reply

Anonymous Bayside, NY July 18, 2010

talmud for beginners Please continue this series. It is wonderful to learn Talmud in my home at my conveniece. Reply

Maria Martinez Monte Vista, Colorado July 16, 2010

Talmud For Beginners Thank you very much Rabbi Wolf. I enjoyed this course very much and am looking forward to the next course. With blessings Reply

Mrs. Sarah Mohnblatt July 16, 2010

Talmud for beginners Thanks you Rabii Wolf for sharing your wealth of knowledge and time with us, I've learned so much if only you would continue...
It has been an adventurous journey!

Special thanks to Chabad for allowing the download of the lessons. Reply

REUVEN July 15, 2010

TALMUD FOR BEGINNERS I would like this series to continue. Reply

Cuauhtémoc Vite guadalajara, jalisco, méxico July 15, 2010

Others courses B"H

An obvious question: Will there be other courses for Talmud beginners?
Toda Raba, Rabbi Wolf Reply

Luther Nashman NY, NY/USA July 15, 2010

Last lesson comments I want to thank Chabad and especially Rabbi Wolf for giving this course. Rabbi Wolf is capable of selling oil to Saudi Arabia. While I appreciate studying all the detailed nuances noted in the Talmud, not being a chasid or haredi (ultra-orthodox) guy, I would suggest that the teaching of the sages be explained or modified to 2010 real world conditions as they exist in Israel today. That too is most important. Also to spend 7-8 lectures on monetary theft rewards and 3-4 lectures on the usage and meaning of oaths, I find to be very excessive. A summary format, as in this last lecture, would be more appropriate and would allow for other topics to be discussed. Thank you again! Reply

Anonymous July 14, 2010

Completing a Book of Talmud - You bring a wealth of information any honest human being would appreciate. These classes make me feel better about the choices i have made in my life. Living a life of just lie's makes for a negative contribution and a poor man. Living a life that makes contributions too life is worth living everyday, to me at least. Human beings are not objects but a object with no purpose is really not of this world. Hashem grants all of us love favor and kindness as long as we are up front and honest with Him, blessed be His Name. Thank you for sharing these Talmud classes for all of us. Reply

These Talmud classes will be studying and analyzing the third chapter of tractate Bava Metzia, which presents the Jewish approach in many matters of civil law, particularly vis-à-vis the different degrees of liability assumed by guardians, renters and borrowers.
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