Audio Lectures. Did Persian Culture Influence the Babylonian Talmud? Posted January 25, 2011 Email Share. This lecture will provide the background for the Jewish experience in Persia which began during the Babylonian exile following the destruction of the First Temple in 586 BCE. The Jews flourished under Parthian culture and then under ...Apr 08, 2009 · The Talmud definitely has a lot of crazy Aggadic stories that must make great fodder for a comic book artist. I've seen comics dealing with Jewish history (Maus) and Bible-based comics (JT Waldman's Megillat Esther, which we published at JPS), but this is something altogether different.
Talmud Quotes. 1.4K likes. Famous quotes from the Gemara (also known as the Talmud or Oral Torah ), an explanation of the Written Torah, was given to Moshe at Sinai. Le Talmud de Babylone: tr. en langue française et complété par celui de Jérusalem et par d'autres monumens de l'antiquité Volume 1 of Le Talmud de Babylone traduit en langue française et complété par celui de Jérusalem et par d'autres monumens de l'antiquité judaïque, Luigi Chiarini Volume 1 of Le Talmud de Babylone, Luigi Chiarini
The Babylonian Talmud, also known as Gemara - both words derived from the word teaching (in Hebrew and Aramaic) -- is the Babylonian compilation of the rabbis' studies of the Mishnah, between the third and the sixth centuries C.E. Written in a mixture of Babylonian Aramaic and Hebrew, the Talmud includes not only matters of law, but also other Jewish tradition and lore.Lectures by Rabbi Nissan Kaplan, shlita Rabbi Kaplan gave a daily (sunday-thursday) in-depth talmud lecture to about 200 people (among the biggest english shiurim in the world). 2018-02-21 - Note: Rabbi Kaplan left the Mir Yeshiva to start a new (Israeli) yeshiva. She is the author of two scholarly books:Between the Babylonian and Palestinian Talmuds, recipient of the 1997 Salo Baron prize for a first book in Jewish thought and literature, and Intermarriage and Conversion from the Bible to the Talmud, a 2003 National Jewish Book Award finalist. She has also authored an undergraduate textbook and several ...Classes and Adult Education. Our adult education program is the cornerstone of our Outreach Center. We cater to a broad spectrum of learning levels with introductory classes for those with little or no background to yeshiva style programs tailored for those at advanced levels of study.
There were also a few talks on Talmud and one on God. The night ended with a piano recital. It was a far cry from the traditional Shavuot night service, called tikkun, which is hundreds of years old.
Overview. The Theological Research Institute, Ltd. (TRI), an NCCRS member since 2010, was founded in 2009 to offer students and professionals a comprehensive and robust learning experience focused on the History, Philosophy, Biblical law, and Hermeneutics of the Jewish religion. Utilizing the classical methods of Rabbinic scholarship,... The Talmud in Its Iranian Context: An International Conference, May 6-7, 2007. Design: Rahul Bhushan. F. or several decades, scholars of rabbinic literature have looked towards Rome, and Greco-Roman culture more generally, in order to provide a frame- work for understanding rabbinic texts of Palestinian provenance. Talmud study poses formidable challenges: the Talmud is a difficult and complex text, its modes of argumentation can appear foreign or artificial, much of its subject matter can seem dissonant with or distant from the realities of our lives.This section of study increases the student’s breadth of Talmud knowledge. A goal of the program is to complete the entire tractate over the course of the year. In the first year of the program, the pace is set at amud (page) a day with weekly, written examinations. There are also daily lectures. There is even a phone number that students can call to hear recorded lectures. ''The Talmud is going out to the masses in a way that was unthinkable 30 years ago,'' Rabbi Sherer said. One of those ...
May the merit of supporting and advancing Dafyomi study -- which was so important to him -- during the weeks of his Yahrzeit serve as an Iluy for his Neshamah. Summary of the Daf Yochanan served as Kohen Gadol for 80 years, but ended up becoming a Tzeduki. argument (surely the thirteen years of Talmud lectures I endured in Yeshiva are not necessary to make this point) would say that Jewish American fiction and rabbinic literature diverge over the centering ele-ment of all rabbinic imaginative writing: scripture. Rabbinic aggadah and storytelling always return to the dominant force of scriptural text.During the years 2014-2019, the project LATTAL has edited and published the largest extant collection of Talmudic passages translated from Hebrew into Latin, that is, the Extractiones de Talmud, while studying this ground-breaking document in the context of the trial and burning of the Talmud in 1240-42 and its aftermath. The first volume of the Babylonian Talmud to be translated into Russian has been released here. Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, an Israeli known for translations of the Talmud into modern Hebrew, English ...
Ancient Period, History, Informative, Lecture, Talmud Pharisees, Saducees, and the Dead Sea Scrolls. 12 months ago. National Jewish Retreat. 50 min. An illustrated lecture on the contents, context, and significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Written during a turbulent time of great upheaval and...Essays and Lectures. Overnight Eggs and the Evolution of Humrah Influenza at the National Archives, Washington DC Influenza- Book Discussion Vaccines, Hysteria and Rabbinic Responsibility ... The Talmud was heavily censored. The results are surprising. Berachot 5b~ The Infant Mortality Rate.