Rabbi Johanan

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Vayeshev - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Genesis Chapter 38
... Rabbi Berekiah taught in the name of Rabbi Samuel ben Nahman that the term “and he went down” (וַיֵּרֶד, vayered), which appears in Genesis 381 ... in the name of Rav (or according to others, Rav Hanah bar Bizna said it in the name of Rabbi Simeon the Pious, or according to others, Rabbi Johanan ... in the name of Rav (or others say Rav Huna bar Bizna said in the name of Rabbi Simeon the Pious, and still others say Rabbi Johanan said in the name of Rabbi Simeon ben Yohai ...
Haazinu - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation
... The Mekhilta of Rabbi Ishmael counted 10 songs in the Hebrew Bible (1) the one that the Israelites recited at the first Passover in Egypt, as Isaiah 3029 says, “Yo ... Rabbi Samuel compared Moses to a general who held office in two provinces and was about to hold a feast ... Rabbi Abbahu cited Deuteronomy 323 to support the proposition of Mishnah Berakhot 71 that three who have eaten together publicly should say the Grace after Meals ...
Miketz - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Genesis Chapter 41
... Rabbi Johanan taught that the wicked stand over their gods, as Genesis 411 says, “And Pharaoh dreamed, and, behold, he stood over the river.” (The Egyptians worshiped the Nile as a god ... but there was none that could interpret them for Pharaoh, Rabbi Joshua of Siknin taught in Rabbi Levi's name that there were indeed interpreters of the dream ... Thus Rabbi Joshua concluded that the words of Proverbs 146, “A scorner seeks wisdom, and finds it not,” applied to Pharaoh’s magicians, while the continuation of the verse, “But ...
Shlach - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Numbers Chapter 13
... Rabbi Isaac said that the spies’ names betrayed their lack of faith, and that Sethur’s name (in Numbers 1313) meant that he undermined (sathar) the works of God ... And Rabbi Johanan said that the name of Nahbi the son of Vophsi (in Numbers 1314) meant that he hid (hikbi) God’s words ... Rabbi Isaac said that the scouts carried the grapes with a series of balancing poles ...
Toledot - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Genesis Chapter 27
... Rabbi Hama bar Hanina taught that our ancestors were never without a scholars’ council ... the elder of his house, who ruled over all he had,” which Rabbi Eleazar explained to mean that he ruled over — and thus knew and had control of — the. 70 men of the elders of Israel.” Rabbi Eleazar taught that Isaac’s blindness, reported in Genesis 271, was caused by his looking at the wicked Esau ...

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