Arvei Pesachim
מרצה Title תקציר סידרה
Rav Ezra Bick Introduction Introduction to the Study of Talmud Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 114a mishna Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick Shiur 03: 114a - Gemara Last week, we read the first two lines of the second mishna on 114a. Before we continue, you should review those two lines, with Rashi and the Rashbam... Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 114b - Kavana We began the gemara, with the statement of Resh Lakish that "mitzvot tzerichot kavana," mitzvot require intention. The gemara then proceeds to reject the derivation, explaining the mishna in a manner consistent with the position that mitzvot do NOT require kavana. Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 114b – Shnei Tavshilin Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 114b - Beracha Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 114b-115a - Mitzvot Require Intention Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 115a - Mitzvot Mevatlin Zo Et Zo Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 115a - Mitzvot Mevatlot Zo Et Zo Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 115a-b - Tivulo Bemashke Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 115b - Bala Matza Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 115b - Matza Lifnei Kol Echad Rav Simi requires that each participant in the seder have his own set of matza, maror, and charoset; Rav Huna declares that one set is enough. The immediate question is, why? What is the consideration behind their positions? Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 115b-116a Lechem Oni and Charoset The gemara here addresses the meaning of the term "lechem oni," found in the Torah to describe matza. Shmuel first suggests that "oni" refers to a word from the root meaning "to recite." He explains that matza is "bread over which many things are recited." Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 116a - Ma Nishtana Remember that the Mishna is an independent work, written several hundred years before the Gemara. Hence, this mishna is a direct continuation from the previous one, and not from the last gemara that we learned. Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 116a-b - Rabban Gamliel Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 117b - Blind Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 117a - Hallel Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 108a - Heseiba Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 108a: Heseiba - b Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 108b - Wine Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 108b - Wine Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 108b - More Wine Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick 108b - Last bit of Wine Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick Simcha Introduction to the Study of Talmud
Rav Ezra Bick Third and Fourth Cup Introduction to the Study of Talmud

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