Daf Sh’vui: A weekly page of the Babylonian Talmud: Give us forty minutes (or so) we’ll give you a daf.

This is a new venture and a new feature. I will be teaching a daf shvu’i/weekly page of Talmud class this year in the beautiful Leiner Bet Midrash at the American Jewish University. There is no prerequisite necessary for this class. You can find the daf on Hebrewbooks.org or Sefaria.org or you can use an actual paper and ink gemara. We are starting with Baba Bathra at the beginning 2a. Why Baba Bathra? Since there is no beginning or ending to the study of Talmud so this is as a good place as any.


This week (9.16) we studied folio 3 of Tractate Baba Bathra of the Babylonian Talmud. Enjoy.

This week (9.23) we studied folio 4 of Tractate Baba Bathra of the Babylonian Talmud. My deepest thanks to Eli Ungar-Sargon for editing the recording.

This week we studied Baba Bathra 4b-5b (making up a little from last week). My deepest thanks again to Eli Ungar-Sargon for sound editing.

This week we studied Baba Bathra 5b-6b. Again deepest thank to Eli Ungar-Sargon for sound editing.

This week we studied Baba Bathra 6b-7b. Again deepest thank to Eli Ungar-Sargon for sound editing.

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