The Jerusalem Talmud, also known as the Talmud Yerushalmi, joins the Babylonian Talmud as one of the two major compilations of Jewish oral law and tradition.

It was compiled in the Land of Israel during the 4th century CE, by the great Rabbi Yochanan. It is often considered obscure and difficult to understand. Since it has terse and cryptic language and lacks the extensive commentary and analysis that the Babylonian Talmud has, many Jews have not had the opportunity to study it in depth, or even at all.

But who says things have to stay that way?

Rabbi Avrohom Zajac, a master Torah teacher on, teaches all of the Babylonian Talmud, Mishneh Torah, and many halachah classes.

Having just completed Rambam’s Mishneh Torah, Rabbi Zajac is now starting to teach the Jerusalem Talmud in a new series of online classes. He will guide you through the text and its context, as well as its relevance to you by shining the light of Chassidism on whatever you learn.

Click here to access the steadily growing collection of classes and start learning today!