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Rabbi Binyomin Bitton, originally from Lyon, France, is the founder and spiritual leader of Chabad of Downtown Vancouver and co-Dean of the Jewish Academy. A renowned Talmudic scholar, his warmth, knowledge and passion for learning has brought him to teach in communities around the world. He now lives in Vancouver together with his wife Malky and six children.
A Chassidic Discourse of the Rebbe Rashab
Maamar Samach Vav: Vayolech Havayah
Why Kol Nidrei on Yom Kippur?
What is the origin of this ancient prayer? Why does Jewish tradition lend so much weight and solemnity to this seemingly technical prayer of vow-annulment procedure? A historical, musical and inspirational perspective on one of the most important and holi...
Discovering Talmudic Principles
The Talmud on Sentencing
This three-part Talmud series will analyze the principles related to sentencing; more specifically, to cases where two separate sentences are applicable: should one or more sentences be administered? These principles, known in the Talmud as ‘Kim leh beder...
Discovering Talmudic Principles
The Talmud’s View of Divorce
This four-part Talmud series will present a Talmudic perspective on principles related to divorce, including the rules of agency, intent, and the roles of witnesses—as discussed in the first chapter of tractate Gittin.
Discovering Talmudic Principles
The Talmud on Inheritance
This four-part Talmud series will present a Talmudic perspective on principles related to inheritance, including the rights of the firstborn, and the types of properties eligible to be passed on to children—as discussed in the eighth chapter of tractate B...
Discovering Talmudic Principles
The Acquisition Process
This Talmud course is an in-depth analysis of the various methods of acquisition used for real-estate property—as discussed in the third chapter of tractate Bava Batra.
The Talmud on Migo, Lesson 6
Status of Single Witness
This Talmud class explores the Talmudic principle of 'Migo', a logic often employed by the court to ascertain the veracity of a claim. The Talmud presented a court case involving a dispute over real-estate property, where only one witness was produced to ...
The Talmud on Migo, Lesson 5
The Talmudic Dilemma
This Talmud class explores the Talmudic principle of 'Migo', a logic often employed by the court to ascertain the veracity of a claim. We analyze a real case that proved difficult for Rabbi Ami to give a ruling, since only one witness was produced to veri...
The Talmud on Migo, Lesson 4
The Silver Ingot Case
This Talmud class explores Talmudic principle of 'Migo', a logic often employed by the court to ascertain the veracity of a claim. We analyze a real case of litigation that presented a dilemma to Rabbi Ami, wherein only one witness was produced to verify ...
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