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Discovering Talmudic Principles

Mitzvah Analyses

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  • Mitzvah Analyses

    This four-part Talmud series will be exploring three fundamental Talmudic analyses used to define the essence of a mitzvah.

    Tuesdays, January 18 - February 8 | 7:30-9:00 pm

    Join Zoom Meeting: https://www.zoom.us/j/85070018369
    Meeting ID: 850 7001 8369  |  Password: 480894
    Dial by your location: 778-907-2071 (Canada), 646-558-8656 (USA)

    Instructor: Rabbi Binyomin  Bitton

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    Mitzvah Analysis, Lesson 1 | Tuesday, January 18
    This class will explore the Talmudic analysis in defining the essence of a mitzva; if what matters most is the action or its result, and will present three practical ramifications evolving thereof.

    The Person or the Object
    Mitzvah Analysis, Lesson 2 | Tuesday, January 25
    This class will explore the Talmudic analysis in defining prohibitions; does the prohibition apply first and foremost to the object itself, or does it apply merely to the person, and will present five categories of prohibitions.

    General or Detail - Part I
    Mitzvah Analysis, Lesson 3 | Tuesday, February 1
    This class will explore the Talmudic analysis in defining certain mitzvot, whether it is a general and separate mitzva, or a detail in an existing and related mitzva.

    General or Detail - Part II
    Mitzvah Analysis, Lesson 4 | Tuesday, February 8
    This class will further explore the Talmudic analysis in defining certain mitzvot, whether it is a general and separate mitzva, or a detail in an existing and related mitzva, and will present four practical ramifications evolving thereof.

    This course is sponsored by Mr. Boris Rudnitski in memory of his father
    Ze’ev ben Mordechai of blessed memory.

    Marking his 3rd Yahrtzeit 21 Shevat 

    A project of Chabad of Richmond 


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