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  • Topics covered: Chapter 8, Mishna 1 What is the connection between an uncircumcised priest, who may not eat teruma, and an apostate or uncircumcised Jew, who may not eat Passover lamb? May a father who neglects to circumcise his son …

  • Topics covered: Chapter 7, Mishna 3, 4, Chapter 8, Mishna 1 What are the collateral consequences (with respect to eating consecrated food) when people have extra-marital affairs, whether proven or rumored, whether resulting in a mamzer child or not? How …

  • Topics covered: Chapter 7, Mishna 3 How does a woman become disqualified from marrying a priest or eating teruma, food consecrated for the exclusive use of priests?   #Judaism #halacha #Torah #family #God #Talmud #wife #widow #mitzvah #marriage #peace   …

  • Topics covered: Chapter 7, Mishna 1, 2, 3 Which people and relationships enable others to partake of terumah – holy food consecrated for the benefit of priests and their households? And which do not? Pregnancy, betrothal, levirate bond, divorce, and …

  • Topics covered: Chapter 7, Mishna 1 Examining a wife’s property rights before, during and after her marriage, to an Israelite or to a kohen (a priest), and how such rights are affected if the marriage is prohibited but they did …

  • Topics covered: Chapter 6, Mishna 8, 9 If a couple doesn’t have children for ten years, may either husband or wife demand a divorce? May a Jewish husband have two wives? Why are men obligated to be fruitful and multiply, …

  • Topics covered: Chapter 6, Mishna 8 If a woman buries two husbands, is a man permitted to become her third? The principle of “chazakah” creates a presumption that certain repeated actions will or are likely to occur again, with legal …

  • Topics covered: Chapter 6, Mishna 7 It is good to find a good spouse – many wisdom teachings today about creating and sustaining a good marriage! Also, on the importance to raising children with good values.   #Judaism #halacha #Torah …

  • Topics covered: Chapter 6, Mishna 7 A Jewish man fulfills his obligation to be fruitful and multiply by having a boy and a girl, per Beis Hillel. Beis Shammai say two boys. What if the children die, God forbid? Do …

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