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AT Daily! is Sal’s live show based on the Daf Yomi cycle of Talmud study. The cycle began on January 5, 2020 and with God’s help, Sal will cover crucial highlights from each day’s page for seven and a half years!
Sal generally goes live on Facebook and YouTube at 6pm Sunday-Thursday, 12pm Friday and about an hour after Shabbat ends every Saturday. For Jewish holidays, same schedule as Shabbat. All times Pacific.
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Topics covered: Chapter 14, Mishna 1, Chapter 15, Mishna 1 Do we have an obligation to prevent a minor from eating meat from an unslaughtered animal? This matters because a deaf-mute was similar to a minor before the law in …
Topics covered: Chapter 14, Mishna 1 Examining marriage by Torah law vs. marriage by Rabbinic law in the cases of a minor, a deafmute, and an imbecile. The latter is is regarded as “uncertain,” and this has consequences in the …
Topics covered: Chapter 13, MIshna 8, Chapter 14, Mishna 1 What if a yavam and yevama marry, but never consummate the union? Do they require a bill of divorce, or chaltizah, or both? What if the yevama has a co-wife? …
Topics covered: Chapter 13, MIshna 6, 7, 8 These cases of incomplete marriage between a husband and a minor or a deafmute – whether because partial or uncertain – create additional complexities when the husband dies childless and leaves a …
Topics covered: Chapter 13, MIshna 5, 6 How does the law of marriage by rabbinic law (in the case of a marriage to a minor or a deafmute) as opposed to by Torah law (in the case of a legally …
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