Gemara Interpreted

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Shemot (parsha) - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Exodus Chapter 1 - The Righteous Midwives
... The Gemara interpreted Psalm 6814 to teach that as the reward for lying among the sheepfolds, the Israelites merited the Egyptians’ spoils, noting that Psalm 6814 speaks of “a dove covered with silver, and her ... This is my God and I will praise Him.” The Gemara interpreted the words that Pharaoh spoke in Exodus 116 “When you do the office of a midwife ... A Baraita interpreted the words “but saved the boys alive” in Exodus 117 to teach that not only did the midwives not kill the boy babies, but they ...
Balak (parsha) - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Numbers Chapter 23
... Rabbi Johanan interpreted the words "And the Lord put a word (or 'a thing') in Balaam's mouth" in Numbers 235 to indicate that God put a hook in Balaam's mouth ... Numbers Rabbah 2020.) Rabbi Samuel bar Nahmani interpreted the words “that the Lord your God shall keep for you” in Deuteronomy 712, teaching that all the good that Israel ... The Gemara taught that this was related to what Micah meant (in Micah 65, in the haftarah for the parshah) when he told the Israelites (quoting God) “O My people ...
Metzora (parsha) - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Leviticus Chapter 14
... Tractate Negaim in the Mishnah and Tosefta interpreted the laws of skin disease in Leviticus 14 ... in Psalm 1015 “Whoever slanders his neighbor in secret, him will I destroy (azmit).” The Gemara read azmit to allude to tzara’at, and cited how Leviticus 2523 says “in perpetuity” (la-zemitut) ... And Resh Lakish interpreted the words of Leviticus 142, “This shall be the law of the person with skin disease (metzora, מְּצֹרָע),” to mean ...
Shoftim (parsha) - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Deuteronomy Chapter 18 - Rules For Prophets
... and Babylonian Talmud Sanhedrin 64a–b interpreted the laws prohibiting passing one's child through the fire to Molech in Leviticus 1821 and 201–5, and Deuteronomy 1810 ... acronym for כחש פמליא, kachash pamalia, “contradicting the legion.”) But the Gemara noted that Deuteronomy 435 says, “There is none else besides Him (God ... There is none else beside Him.” But the Gemara asked whether Rabbi Johanan had not taught that sorcerers are called כַשְּׁפִים, kashefim, because they (actually ...
Shlach - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Numbers Chapter 13
... Resh Lakish interpreted the words “Send you” in Numbers 132 to indicate that God gave Moses discretion over whether to send the spies ... Babylonian Talmud Yoma 10a.) Ham Cush Mizraim Put Canaan A Baraita interpreted the words “and Hebron was built seven years before Zoan in Egypt” in Numbers 1322 to ... Babylonian Talmud Ketubot 112a.) The Gemara interpreted the words “between two” in Numbers 1323 to teach that the scouts carried the large cluster ...

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