Audio Roundup Special: Rav Soloveitchik Along the Daf 3

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by Joel Rich

 

https://alldaf.org/p/64782
Berachos 51: Birchas Yayin and HaGefen: Machlokes bais shammai and bais hillel
How does tadir work in the brachot of kiddush and in reading the megillot vs. reading the torah.

https://alldaf.org/p/65119
Berachos 60: Sechvi Binah
The Rambam provides a specific list of 100 brachot per day because they are really part of the seder hayom. Our daily problems are what require us to pray.

https://alldaf.org/p/65120
Berachos 60: Me’ah Berachos
The first four brachot in the AM are about havdalah; it’s important to remember we are unique.

https://alldaf.org/p/65805
Berachos 64: Benefiting from a Seudah with a Talmid Chochom there
We turn the act of eating into a redemptive one, eating in the presence of HKBH and establishing a fellowship with him.

https://alldaf.org/p/65814
Shabbos 2: Lav of Hotza’ah
Are the 39 mlachot part of one large lav or are there 39 separate ones?

https://alldaf.org/p/65853
Shabbos 3: Lifnei Iver
Is lfnei iver an issur clali or an issur prati?

https://alldaf.org/p/65882
Shabbos 4: Hidbik Pas B’Tanur Muttar L’Radosa
Technical analysis of whether prohibitions involving the growing of plants are triggered by planting or growth. How does this parallel the baking on Shabbat prohibitions?

https://alldaf.org/p/65897
Shabbos 6: Reshus HaRabim
Defining reshut harabim – what’s the deal with 600,000 people?

https://alldaf.org/p/65948
Shabbos 7: Reshus HaYochid according the Rambam
The definition of Mechitzot for Shabbat may be different than that for sukkot

https://alldaf.org/p/65949
Shabbos 8: Amud Tes and Rabim Mekatfin
Amud in reshut harabim may be defined differently than in reshut hayachid.

https://alldaf.org/p/66015
Shabbos 9: Eating before Tefilah and Shma
Chatzot (night) limitation – is a din in tfila not kriat shma.

https://alldaf.org/p/66069
Shabbos 10: Beis HaKisei She’Huchan V’Lo Nishtamesh
Hazmanah lav milta or milta differs for establishing identity (e.g. beit hakisei) vs. usage (e.g. issurim)

https://alldaf.org/p/66070
Shabbos 11: Ta’anis Chalom on Shabbos
Taanit chalom on Shabbat is an incomplete fast and thus the need for a makeup

https://alldaf.org/p/66254
Shabbos 12: Hesach HaDa’as B’Tefilin
There’s a difference by tfillin according to the Ramban between hesach hadaat and guf naki (sleep time displays the difference)

https://alldaf.org/p/66255
Shabbos 13: Lo Sikrivu L’Galos Ervah
There’s a difference (duraita vs drabanan) in kirvat ervah arayot between eishet ish and others.

https://alldaf.org/p/66403
Shabbos 14: Ochez Sefer Totah Arum
The parochet on the aron kodesh is a fulfillment of a Torah requirement that the torah always be covered (Kedusha/Tzniut)

https://alldaf.org/p/66404
Shabbos 18: Issur Refuah on Shabbos
Is the prohibition on refua on Shabbat focused on the act (√) or the outcome?

https://alldaf.org/p/66606
Shabbos 20: Krimas Ponim
Why is there a different shiur for afiah (baking) by lechem hapanim and Shabbat violation? One is a din in maaseh the other in cheftza.

https://alldaf.org/p/66624
Shabbos 21: Ner Ish U’Beiso
Are nerot chanuka a chovat hayachid or chovat habayit (√)?

https://alldaf.org/p/66624
Shabbos 21:Rambam Beginning of Hilchos Chanukah
Why did the Rambam include a history of Chanukah in the Yad?
A different view on the appropriateness of the Chashmonaim being kings.

https://alldaf.org/p/66626
Shabbos 22:Ner Chanukah Assur L’Hishtamesh B’Orah
Not using the Chanukah menora’s light is a din in kedusha (like beit mikdash)

https://alldaf.org/p/66695
Shabbos 23: Birchas HaRoeh by Ner Chanukah
The chiyuv of ner Chanukah is triggered by a bayit. Seeing the neirot (reah) is a partial kiyum of hadlakah.

https://alldaf.org/p/66817
Shabbos 24: Maftir Shabbos Mincha B’Kesuvim
There was an opinion not to read ktuvim on Shabbat due to bitul beit medrash. That’s why we read megillot before reading the torah

https://alldaf.org/p/66818
Shabbos 25: Teruma Temeiah B’Sereifa
Trumah tmeia requires burning and thus is considered not to have a shiur (size) for mitzvah purposes.

About Joel Rich

Joel Rich is a frequent local lecturer on various Torah topics in West Orange, NJ and supports his Torah listening habits by working as a consulting actuary.

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