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Hadlakat Neirot Shabbat

An analysis of the suggyot and key approaches in the Geonim and Rishoinim to the conceptual and halachik fundamentals of Hadlakat Neirot of Shabbat. The nature of the mitzvah is explored, as well as its relationship to the acceptance of the beginning of Shabbat.

The Essence of Chanukah

A critical insight into the meaning of Chanukah, shedding light on countless texts and aspects of this holiday.

Bishul on Shabbat: An analysis of Keli RIshon and Keli Sheni

An analysis of the issues of Bishul on Shabbat- focusing on the definition of bishul and the categories of keli rishon and sheni.

Killing bees and mosquitoes on Shabbat

An in depth analysis of the halachah regarding the killing of mosquitoes, bees and other harmful creatures on Shabbat. A textual and conceptual clarification; with suggested halachik implications.

Why celebrate Shavuot?

Ostensibly, Shavuot makes no sense: Didn't we lose, through the sin of the golden calf, what we gained at Sinai? What is there to celebrate. This shiur clarifies the meaning and challenge of Shavuot, shedding light on the beautiful meaning and message of this chag.

An Analysis of Shabbat (3a): Lifnei Iver and Issur Shabbat

An analysis of the sugya and rishonim Shabbat (3a) dealing with the parameters and nature of Lifnei Iver. An interface of careful reading of the rishonim, conceptual analysis and important methodological points of general import.

An Analysis of Habituation and its impact on kelacher yad and tefillin.

An Analysis of Habituation [and local practices] and its impact on kelacher yad and tefillin.

Rashbi and his son- a deeper look at a famous story

An in-depth examination of the famous story of Rashbi and his son in the cave, its deeper meaning and lessons.

An analysis of Soter al menat livnot bimkomo

A conceptual analysis of one of the key sugyot in Shabbat- a nexus of issues relating both to specific melachot and general melechet machshevet issues.

Post-it notes on Shabbat: An analysis of Tofer& Kosher

Is there a problem with using post-it’s, sticky notes, flags and the like on Shabbat? Let’s analyze the primary sources and see.

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