Daf Shvui/Weekly Daf: Give me forty minutes or so and I'll give you a daf or so

Daf Shvui/Weekly daf SPECIAL EPISODE A conversation with Alyssa Gray

March 14, 2020 Season 1 Episode 11
Daf Shvui/Weekly Daf: Give me forty minutes or so and I'll give you a daf or so
Daf Shvui/Weekly daf SPECIAL EPISODE A conversation with Alyssa Gray
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Daf Shvui/Weekly Daf: Give me forty minutes or so and I'll give you a daf or so
Daf Shvui/Weekly daf SPECIAL EPISODE A conversation with Alyssa Gray
Mar 14, 2020 Season 1 Episode 11
Aryeh Cohen

Welcome to the no prerequisites, no judgement, no commitment Talmud study podcast. Grab your favorite beverage, or step into the great outdoors, and dive into the sea of Talmud with me.
In order to mark and celebrate the completion of the first chapter of Baba Bathra, we invited Prof. Alyssa Gray to discuss her new book Charity in Rabbinic Judaism: Atonement, Rewards, and Righteousness. Our conversation illuminates some of the poverty relief material that we saw in the first chapter, in addition to putting that material in a larger context. And then we study a passage together. Its a blast.
Pull up a chair, pour a libation, and join the celebration.
The text that we studied is on 10a and can be accessed here:
1. Vilna page (hebrew and aramaic) from Hebrewbooks.org
2. Hebrew and English from Sefaria.org
3. Hebrew and Aramaic with many commentaries from Alhatorah.org

(The picture for this week's podcast is the building which housed the printing press of the widow and brothers Romm)

Show Notes

Welcome to the no prerequisites, no judgement, no commitment Talmud study podcast. Grab your favorite beverage, or step into the great outdoors, and dive into the sea of Talmud with me.
In order to mark and celebrate the completion of the first chapter of Baba Bathra, we invited Prof. Alyssa Gray to discuss her new book Charity in Rabbinic Judaism: Atonement, Rewards, and Righteousness. Our conversation illuminates some of the poverty relief material that we saw in the first chapter, in addition to putting that material in a larger context. And then we study a passage together. Its a blast.
Pull up a chair, pour a libation, and join the celebration.
The text that we studied is on 10a and can be accessed here:
1. Vilna page (hebrew and aramaic) from Hebrewbooks.org
2. Hebrew and English from Sefaria.org
3. Hebrew and Aramaic with many commentaries from Alhatorah.org

(The picture for this week's podcast is the building which housed the printing press of the widow and brothers Romm)

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