The daf yomi, or "page of the day," is a daily study the Babylonian Talmud, one double-sided page, or daf, per day, covering the entire Talmud in seven-and-a-half years. The major tractates and topics to be covered this year, 2010-2011, will be Avodah Zarah (non-Jewish worship and interactions with non-Jews), Zevachim and Menachot (animal and grain sacrifices), and Chullin (ritual slaughtering, and the laws of kashrut). Rabbi Linzer presents the daf in English, in an engaging and lively style, with depth and clarity, and in a way that is accessible to those with all backgrounds. These podcasts are live recordings of Rabbi Linzer's morning daf yomi class at the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale, and are approximately 50 minutes in length. For an archive of previous daf yomi classes, and for more audio recordings of classes and lectures by R. Linzer, please visit our website at www.yctorah.org.

The daf yomi, or "page of the day," is a daily study the Babylonian Talmud, one double-sided page, or daf, per day, covering the entire Talmud in seven-and-a-half years. The major tractates and topics to be covered this year, 2010-2011, will be Avodah Zarah (non-Jewish worship and interactions with non-Jews), Zevachim and Menachot (animal and grain... Show more

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