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The Talmud on Inheritance, Lesson 3
This class presents the Talmudic perspective on inheritance, detailing the types of properties eligible to bequeath and how they should be divided. Learn the level of responsibility inheriting children have towards their father’s debt.
Maimonides' Mishneh Torah in Manuscript, Part 4
Marriage, loans and the holiday of Sukkot, and the unlikely link between the three, in light of a textual addition to a manuscript draft of Mishneh Torah in the author's own hand.
The laws of loans - Laws of cancellation of debts
Discovering Talmudic Principles
This Talmud course will be exploring and analyzing the tenth chapter of tractate Bava Batra, which focuses on the principles of ‘Shibud’, loans and debts collections, and the court procedures for adjudicating them.
Parsha Mishpatim
Tractate Bava Basra concludes with a discussion of which type of guarantor must make an official "kinyan" obligating himself at the time of the loan. In this class, we will analyze a dispute between the Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmuds plus the deeper, sp...
The intimate Jewish relationship with G‑d is expressed in the idea that G‑d Himself keeps the laws of the Torah. This teaching helps a person understand how closely we are connected with the Divine...
During the past year(s) I have made foolish decisions—in all areas of my life, both material and spiritual. Largely, these mistakes stem from faulty "evaluations"...
The Sabbatical year is associated with two mitzvot: 1) The land must be left unplowed and fallow. 2) All personal debts are canceled. There is a connection between these two precepts.
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