Yevamos 76 – יבמות עו

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Next day’s Daf Yomi – Yevamos 77

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Moed Katan 9 – מועד קטן ט

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Next day’s Daf Yomi – Moed katan 10

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Eruvin 21 – עירובין כא

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Today’s Daf Yomi Question:

Rebbi Akiva insisted to use the water for Netilas Yadayim rather than for drinking.  How is one allowed to endanger his life for a Mitzva Derabanan?

The Gemara tells us elsewhere that Dovid Hamelech was punished for referring to the Torah as ‘Zemiros’; whereas in our Gemara we find Torah referred to as ‘Shira’ (Vayehi shiro)–  what is the difference between these two terms?

Eruvin 21 – עירובין כא

Rebbi Akiva insisted to use the water for Netilas Yadayim rather than for drinking.  How is one allowed to endanger his life for a Mitzva Derabanan?

The Gemara tells us elsewhere that Dovid Hamelech was punished for referring to the Torah as ‘Zemiros’; whereas in our Gemara we find Torah referred to as ‘Shira’ (Vayehi shiro)–  what is the difference between these two terms?

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Shabbos 56 – שבת נו

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Today’s Daf Yomi Question:

Dovid Hamelech was not held accountable for Uriya’s actual death – since he was a mored b’malchus – but rather for his neglect to process his case in Sanhedrin.  But without a verdict from Sanhedrin it would seem that he is considered completely innocent, just as any other capital punishment transgressor who is considered halachically innocent until the Beis Din actually issues a ruling on his guilt (see Tosfos Makkos 5a D”H V’chen, and Gilyon Hashas).

 

Brachos 48 – ברכות מח

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The Gemara relates that Abaye went outside to point to Hashem rather than merely pointing up the ceiling as Rava did.  What explanation can be suggested as to the differences in their expressions?

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