Rabbi Judah

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Shoftim (parsha) - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Deuteronomy Chapter 17 - Rules For Kings
... The Rabbis disagreed about the powers of the king ... The Gemara reported that Rab Judah said in Samuel's name that a king was permitted to take all the actions that 1 Samuel 84–18 enumerated, but Rav said that 1 Samuel 8 was intended only to frighten ... And the Gemara also reported the same dispute among other Tannaim in this account, Rabbi Jose said that a king was permitted to take all the actions that 1 Samuel 84–18 enumerated ...
Miketz - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Genesis Chapter 44
... And on bringing the sun into the city, Rav Judah said in the name of Rav that one should always leave a city by daylight and enter a city by daylight, as Genesis 443 reports that Joseph delayed until daylight ... Rabbi Ishmael cited Genesis 448 as one of ten a fortiori (kal va-chomer) arguments recorded in the Hebrew Bible (1) In Genesis 448, Joseph’s brothers told ... Rabbi Judah noted that on three occasions, Scripture records that Judah spoke before his brethren, and they made him king over them (bowing to his authority) (1) in Genesis 3726, which reports, “Judah said to ...
Judah Bar Ilai
... Judah bar Ilai, also known as Judah ben Ilai, Rabbi Judah or Judah the Palestinian (Hebrew יהודה בר מערבא, translit Yehuda bar Ma'arava, lit ... "Judah of the West"), was a tanna of the 2nd Century and son of Rabbi Ilai I ... Of the many Judahs in the Talmud, he is the one referred to simply as "Rabbi Judah" and is the most frequently mentioned sage in the Mishnah ...
Shoftim (parsha) - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Deuteronomy Chapter 20 - Rules For War
... Rabbi Akiva taught that one should understand “fearful and fainthearted” literally — the conscript was unable to stand in the battle-ranks and see a drawn sword ... Rabbi Jose the Galilean, however, taught that the words “fearful and fainthearted” alluded to those who feared because of the transgressions that they ... because of sinfulness would have to expose themselves publicly as transgressors.) Rabbi Jose counted among the fearful and fainthearted a High Priest who married a widow, an ordinary priest ...
Makkot - Sample Content
... There is a dispute recorded between Rabbi Judah and the other sages as to the maximum number of lashes a person might receive ... Rabbi Judah held the maximum is forty, while the sages say that the maximum is thirty-nine ... Rabbi Judah, who held that forty lashes should be administered, positioned the final strike between the shoulder blades ...

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