Tosefta Interpreted

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Mishpatim - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Exodus Chapter 21
... Part of chapter 1 of Tractate Kiddushin in the Mishnah, Tosefta, Jerusalem Talmud, and Babylonian Talmud interpreted the laws of the Hebrew servant in Exodus 212–11 and 2126–27 ... The Mishnah interpreted the language of Exodus 216 to teach that a man could sell his daughter, but a woman could not sell her daughter ... Rabbi Eliezer interpreted the conjugal duty of Exodus 2110 to require relations for men of independence, every day for laborers, twice a week for donkey-drivers, once a week for camel-drivers, once ...
Pinchas (parsha) - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Numbers Chapter 29
... Tractate Rosh Hashanah in the Mishnah, Tosefta, Jerusalem Talmud, and Babylonian Talmud interpreted the laws of Rosh Hashanah in Leviticus 2323–25 and Numbers 291–6 ... Tractate Yoma in the Mishnah, Tosefta, Jerusalem Talmud, and Babylonian Talmud interpreted the laws of Yom Kippur in Leviticus 16 and 2326–32 and Numbers 297–11 ... Tractate Sukkah in the Mishnah, Tosefta, Jerusalem Talmud, and Babylonian Talmud interpreted the laws of Sukkot in Exodus 3422 ... Leviticus 2333–43 Numbers ...
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 ... Mishnah Negaim 11–1413 Tosefta Negaim 11–99.) Rabbi Johanan said in the name of Rabbi Joseph ben Zimra that anyone who bears evil tales (lashon hara) will be visited by skin disease (tzara’at ... And Resh Lakish interpreted the words of Leviticus 142, “This shall be the law of the person with skin disease (metzora, מְּצֹרָע),” to mean, “This shall be the law for him who ...
Re'eh - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Deuteronomy Chapter 15
... Tractate Sheviit in the Mishnah, Tosefta, and Jerusalem Talmud interpreted the laws of the Sabbatical year in Exodus 2310–11, Leviticus 251–34, and Deuteronomy 151–18, and 3110–13 ... Mishnah Sheviit chapter 10 and Tosefta Sheviit 83–11 interpreted Deuteronomy 151–10 to address debts and the Sabbatical year ... Rabbi Shila of Nawha (a place east of Gadara in the Galilee) interpreted the word “needy” (אֶבְיוֹן, evyon) in Deuteronomy 157 to teach that one should give to the poor person from one’s ...
Vayechi - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Genesis Chapter 49
... The Tosefta interpreted Genesis 4927 to allude to produce yields of Bethel and Jericho ... The Tosefta interpreted “Benjamin is a wolf that pounces” to mean that the land of Benjamin, the area of Bethel, jumped to produce crops early in the growing season ... The Tosefta interpreted “in the morning he devours the prey” to mean that in Jericho produce was gone from the fields early in the seventh year ...

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