This Mishnah teaches that natiylat-yadayim (ritual hand-washing) and table fellowship are of great importance. This post will discuss how tzedakah (charitable disposition in deeds) is essential for table fellowship. Mishnah Yadayim 2:4 states: "Concerning the case for "the uncertain ritual purity status of hands at table fellowship", do they transmit uncleanness (tamei', or unclean) or … Continue reading Mishnah Yadayim 2.4: Table Fellowship And Yeshua’s Doctrine.
What is free will when HaShem is all knowing and powerful? I came across a story in the Talmud that gave an entrance to discuss the idea. Page 93a is at large discussing the resurrection of the dead and specifically talking about the righteous who cover for the sins of the less righteous. When Daniel, … Continue reading Bavli Sanhedrin 93a: Where Did Daniel Go?
Near the top of page San. 90b is an awesome halakhic discussion of where in the Torah is the doctrine of the Resurrection of the dead derived? This is an important doctrine for followers of Yeshua to be able to explain, too. Our Master also taught that the resurrection is derived from the Torah (see … Continue reading T. Bavli Sanhedrin 90b: Where Is The Resurrection Of The Dead Derived From The Torah?