Gemara Cited

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Bereishit (parsha) - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Genesis Chapter 6
... And the Gemara also cited the instances of Genesis 112 followed by Genesis 114 Genesis 141 followed by Genesis 142 Joshua 513 followed by the rest of Joshua 513 Joshua 627 followed by ... But the Gemara also cited as counterexamples the words, “And there was evening and there was morning one day,” in Genesis 15, as well as Genesis ... And for that proposition, the Gemara cited Genesis 141, Isaiah 71 Jeremiah 13, Ruth 11, and Esther 11 ...
Vayetze - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Genesis Chapter 29
... The Gemara cited the words “And it came to pass” (וַיְהִי, wa-yehi) in Genesis 2910 as an exception to the general rule taught by Rabbi Levi, or ... And the Gemara also cited the instances of Genesis 112 followed by Genesis 114 Genesis 141 followed by Genesis 142 Joshua 513 followed by the rest of Joshua 513 Joshua 627 followed by Joshua 71 1 ... But the Gemara also cited as counterexamples the words, “And there was evening and there was morning one day,” in Genesis 15, as well as Genesis 2910, and 1 Kings 61 ...
Lech-Lecha - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Genesis Chapter 14
... And the Gemara also cited the instances of Genesis 61 followed by Genesis 65 Genesis 112 followed by Genesis 114 Joshua 513 followed by the rest of Joshua 513 Joshua 627 followed by Joshua 1 ... Samuel 11 ... But the Gemara also cited as counterexamples the words, “And there was evening and there was morning one day,” in Genesis 15, as well as Genesis 2910, and 1 Kings 61 ... And for that proposition, the Gemara cited Genesis 141, Isaiah 71 Jeremiah 13, Ruth 11, and Esther 11 ...
Vayetze - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Genesis Chapter 31
... Genesis 314, where Jacob called Rachel and Leah to the field, could be cited in support of the practice ... Similarly, a Midrash cited Genesis 3124 as an application of the principle that all miracles that God did for Israel, and the punishment of the wicked on their behalf, took place at night ... To this end, the Midrash cited Genesis 1415, “And he divided himself against them by night” Genesis 203, “But God came to Abimelech in a dream of the night” Genesis 3124, “And God came ...

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