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Monday, June 14 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
When things don’t go exactly as planned: insights from today’s Daf Yomi, Yoma 64

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We will learn together from today’s daf the law regarding a situation where one of the goats needed for the special Yom Kippur service in the Temple dies before the sacrifice is completed. How did the Sages grapple with the question of how to handle unexpected situations? As in many topics in the Talmud we will see more than one opinion. What is the relevance of this debate to us today? Why is it important to learn Talmud? Why is a book written so many generations ago still relevant? Why is Hadran working to make Gemara accessible to women learners around the world? What has changed since the Siyum HaShas for women in January 2020? 

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Michelle Cohen Farber

Michelle Cohen Farber is the founder of Hadran, whose mission is to advance Talmud study for all women. She is also the founder and teacher of Daf Yomi for Women, the first women's online shiur on daf yomi. Michelle spearheaded the first international Siyum HaShas for Women. Michelle... Read More →

Monday June 14, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm AEST
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  Text tradition and philosophy