It offers more than 185,000 shiurim via webcast in audio, video and text formats by our Roshei Yeshiva and other YU luminaries. It offers more than 185,000 shiurim via webcast in audio, video and text formats by our Roshei Yeshiva and other YU luminaries. 5:11–31), the tractate also discusses incidentally extraneous matters like the rite of the eglah *arufah and the rules of exemption from military service (Deut. Click here to see some more lectures within your topic. Gemora-Rashi and Tosfos typset with nekudos(vowels), Tzuras Hadaf unaltered from the original Vilna text. Click here and type anything you want to search within the shiurim of this topic. The chapter goes on to describe how at various times, especially at the time of the destruction of the Temple, other laws and customs were abolished or fell into disuse and how scholarship and piety declined after the death of the great sages, such as Ben Azzai and Ben Zoma. *Gemora-Rashi and Tosfos typset with nekudos(vowels) Click here to see the certain lecture within your topic. The unique quality of the Gemara Menukad is that it includes the vowels allowing one to learn the Talmud with ease. Tzophia Stepansky, shetichyeh, on her birthday, by her friends and family, Sotah 2a: Machlokes Rashi-Rambam If The Tumah Witness Relates To The Stira Witnesses, Is it Enough to be Right? The main early portions of the Mishnah belonging to this period are 1:2 and 4–6; 2:2; 3:1–4; and 7:1–9:15. The Sotah is a woman who, suspected by her husband of infidelity, has to submit to the ordeal of drinking the bitter water to establish her innocence. Today is Mon. Dealing mainly with the laws concerning a woman suspected of adultery (Num. Please enter your email address and click on the "Reset Password" button. SEDER NEZIKIN (Damages: 10 tractates) Basing himself on this, Epstein believes that the main part of chapters 8 and 9 is from the Mishnah of Johanan b. Zakkai. Download our mobile app for on-the-go access to the Jewish Virtual Library, © 1998 - 2020 American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise. All Rights Reserved. Process and Results in Talmud Torah, Sotah Daf 04 - Shiur Setirah, Netilas Yadayim, Gasus Haruach, Sotah Daf 46 - Eglah Arufah Procedure, Escorting Guests, Sotah Daf 11 - Shibud Mitzrayim, Meyaldos, Sotah Daf 48 - What Was Lost With Churban, Moadim U'Zmanim/Holidays\Sefirat HaOmer (2), Birkas Kohanim: History, Halacha, and Geography, B'nai Israel - Ohev Zedek (Philadelphia) (1), Cong. YUTorah® Online is made possible by the generosity of Marcos and Adina Katz and is coordinated by Yeshiva University's Center for the Jewish Future. סוֹטָה; "Errant Wife"), the fifth tractate in the current edition of the Mishnah order of Nashim, with Tosefta and Gemara in the Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmuds. Chapter 6 is concerned with the question of the "minimum evidence" necessary to decide the woman's guilt without her having to undergo the ordeal. 6, 2020 | Tammuz 14, 5780 This week's Torah reading is Pinchas Upcoming holiday is The Three Weeks | Jul. © 2008 The Gale Group. 20:3–4) has to be in Hebrew, and then deals in detail with the whole passage, including the grounds for exemption from military service. Epstein, Tanna'im, 394–413; Epstein, Amora'im, 84–93; Ḥ. Albeck, Shishah Sidrei Mishnah, Seder Nashim (1954), 227–31. The name of the Tractate, Sotah, is derived from the verb satah in Numbers V, 12, If any man's wife go aside (sisteh). Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary. The contents of the nine chapters of this tractate are as follows: Chapter 1 discusses the form in which the husband has to manifest his jealousy and how the Sanhedrin urges the woman to admit her guilt rather than undergo the ordeal; the first stages of the ordeal are also discussed. סוֹטָה; "Errant Wife"), the fifth tractate in the current edition of the Mishnah order of Nashim, with Tosefta and Gemara in the Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmuds. TUVIAS GEMARA MENUKAD (with vowels.) Welcome to the new landing pages for categories on YUTorah. The account of Agrippa and the reading of "the chapter of the king" described in 7:8 almost certainly refers to Agrippa *II and the incident which took place in 62 C.E., since the Tosefta says of this Mishnah: "On that same day R. *Tarfon saw a lame man standing and sounding the shofar."