Sinopsis

Join a wonderful group of liberal Rabbis and teachers as we take part in the cycle of the Daf Yomi. Each week a different teacher presents short episodes on the Daily Daf "Differently". (Masechet Nedarim)

Episodios

  • Nedarim, Daf 91

    Nedarim, Daf 91

    23/08/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Abby Sosland looks at Masechet Nedarim, Daf 91. Hadran Alach Masechet Nedarim! We will return to you, Tractate Nedarim! We give thanks to God for the Talmud kopp, the Talmudic mind, that we cultivate through this study. To view the text of Nedarim, Daf 91 […]

  • Nedarim, Daf 90

    Nedarim, Daf 90

    22/08/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Abby Sosland looks at Masechet Nedarim, Daf 90. To a modern eye, the rabbis seem to have some blind spots when it comes to women and to marriage. But in other areas, as when they deal with real communities and their propensity for gossip, the […]

  • Nedarim, Daf 89

    Nedarim, Daf 89

    21/08/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Abby Sosland looks at Masechet Nedarim, Daf 89. The rabbis understood that the vows we make that damage our most intimate relationships actually threaten our own happiness as well. Thankfully, they put some protections into place to prevent us from wreaking havoc on ourselves and […]

  • Nedarim, Daf 79

    Nedarim, Daf 79

    11/08/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Jeremy Kalmanofsky looks at Masechet Nedarim, Daf 79. Today we focus on the categories of vows that a husband may annul. To view the text of Nedarim, Daf 79 on Sefaria, please click here. The opening and closing music for this podcast is Ufros from […]

  • Nedarim, Daf 78

    Nedarim, Daf 78

    10/08/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Jeremy Kalmanofsky looks at Masechet Nedarim, Daf 78. This daf shares some reflections on what God does on God’s own and what people contribute to holy calendar. To view the text of Nedarim, Daf 78 on Sefaria, please click here. The opening and closing music […]

  • Nedarim, Daf 77

    Nedarim, Daf 77

    09/08/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Jeremy Kalmanofsky looks at Masechet Nedarim, Daf 77. Today we ask what the grounds are for a sage to nullify vows? Are vows serious business? Or a mere formality? To view the text of Nedarim, Daf 77 on Sefaria, please click here. The opening and […]

  • Nedarim, Daf 76

    Nedarim, Daf 76

    08/08/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Jeremy Kalmanofsky looks at Masechet Nedarim, Daf 76. This podcast episode focuses on the intersection of laws about vows and the restrictions of Shabbat. To view the text of Nedarim, Daf 76 on Sefaria, please click here. The opening and closing music for this podcast […]

  • Nedarim, Daf 75

    Nedarim, Daf 75

    07/08/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Jeremy Kalmanofsky looks at Masechet Nedarim, Daf 75. A husband may annul his wife’s religious vows when he hears of them. Can he annul them before she makes them? To view the text of Nedarim, Daf 75 on Sefaria, please click here. The opening and […]

  • Nedarim, Daf 46

    Nedarim, Daf 46

    09/07/2015

    In this episode, Rabbis Daniel and Hillary Chorny delve into the complex mishnah that began on the previous amud. This mishnah features several scenarios over which the chachamim of the mishnah and Rabbi Eliezer Yaakov disagree.

  • Nedarim, Daf 45

    Nedarim, Daf 45

    08/07/2015

    In this episode, Rabbis Daniel and Hillary Chorny conclude the fourth chapter of Nedarim and begin the fifth chapter, which is concerned with the implications of mutual vows on two partners who share property.

  • Nedarim, Daf 44

    Nedarim, Daf 44

    07/07/2015

    In this episode, Rabbi Daniel Chorny delves into the fundamental disagreement between Rabbi Yosi and the chachamim in answering the question: when does a renunciation of ownership (hefker) go into effect?

  • Nedarim, Daf 43

    Nedarim, Daf 43

    06/07/2015

    In this episode, Rabbi Daniel Chorny explores the limits, challenges, and relationship between one who vows that his fellow may not enjoy any of his property, and the one who is subject to the restrictions of that vow.

  • Nedarim, Daf 42

    Nedarim, Daf 42

    05/07/2015

    In this episode, Rabbis Daniel and Hillary Chorny explore the effectiveness of vows made before and during the sh'mita year. The daf begins with the fifth mishnah of chapter four of Nedarim.

  • Nedarim, Daf 41

    Nedarim, Daf 41

    04/07/2015

    On this page, continuing the theme of the mitzvah of bikkur holim, we focus on three statements today. One regarding the relationship between forgiveness and healing. One regarding how illness can impact our intellectual capacity. And one regarding the extraordinary, though every-day, miracle of people moving from illness to health.

  • Nedarim, Daf 40

    Nedarim, Daf 40

    03/07/2015

    In this episode we take a break from some nitty-gritty material regarding vows and promises, and learn about the great mitzvah of visiting the sick, reminding us that when we choose to make ourselves vulnerable to others’ pain and discomfort, we can contribute to enormous healing.

  • Nedarim, Daf 11

    Nedarim, Daf 11

    04/06/2015

    Some notes on variations in Talmudic manuscripts and how they relate to our daf -- where we see a strange phrase that doesn’t seem to fit and indeed isn’t found in other manuscripts.

  • Nedarim, Daf 10

    Nedarim, Daf 10

    03/06/2015

    Are all nazirim sinners? And why seem some of the rabbis convinced that anyone who does take the oath of nazirut is indeed a sinner? What is Judaisms relationship to self-imposed stringencies?

  • Nedarim, Daf 9

    Nedarim, Daf 9

    02/06/2015

    We look at the difference between nedavot and nedarim, we learn about the "oath of the wicked" and the "oath of righteous" and why the first one is valid and the latter is not.

  • Nedarim, Daf 8

    Nedarim, Daf 8

    01/06/2015

    Can you swear an oath to fulfill a mitzah? And what happens if you fail to fulfill it -- would you have to bring a sin offering? How can you even swear to fulfill something for which you are obligated in the first place?

  • Nedarim, Daf 7

    Nedarim, Daf 7

    31/05/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, Rabbi Ute Steyer looks at Masechet Nedarim, Daf 7. Certain transgressions bring the punishment of “nidui” — excommunication. What does this mean? And can a person revoke a “nidui” that he placed on himself or herself? To view the text of Nedarim, Daf 7 on Sefaria, […]

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