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Sotah (the "wayward wife")

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Sotah (the "wayward wife"): (a) A woman suspected by her husband of adultery. Despite his circumstantial evidence, she proclaims her innocence. She would submit to the test of drinking the “bitter waters.” If she had been unfaithful, both she and the adulterer would die. (b) The Talmudic tractate that discusses the laws of the Sotah.
A Taste of Text—Naso
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Understanding the “suspected adulteress” on five levels
Parshat Naso
Yesterday, I messed up. I was completely insensitive to someone I love. But here’s what happened afterwards…
The Reward for Abraham’s Humility
When Abraham entreats G-d to spare Sodom and Gomorrah, he prefaces his request with the acknowledgment that he is but dust and ashes. In reward for his humility, two unique mitzvahs are granted by G-d to his descendants, the Children of Israel. This class...
Tractate Sotah, which is customarily studied between Passover and Shavuos, discusses the laws concerning a woman who is suspected of infidelity by her husband.
The nature of envy, coveting and desire.
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