Daf Yomi Sotah
Join Rabbi Gidon Rothstein for a daily shiur of the Daf Yomi Masechet Sotah given each morning from the Young Israel of Scarsdale, New York. For the previous masechet, click HERE for the Daf Yomi Nazir course. For the next masechet, Gittin, CLICK HERE.
PLEASE NOTE: Classes are NOT held on Shabbat (Saturday) or Jewish holidays. For those days and any other days when the teacher may not be available at the regularly scheduled time, a pre-recorded lesson will be posted. The live classes will take place Sundays at 7:30am EST and Monday-Friday at 6:15am EST.”
Daf Yomi Sotah: Sotah 2–סוטה ב
Daf Yomi Sotah: Sotah 3–סוטה ג
Sotah 3a and Sotah 3b, how many witnesses are needed for the processes of sotah, whether it is bad, good, or required for a husband to warn his wife about her suspected adultery, and the question of whether the Torah allowed or obligated husbands, masters of avadim kena’anim, and kohen relatives of those who passed away.
Daf Yomi Sotah: Sotah 14–סוטה יד
Daf Yomi Sotah: Sotah 20–סוטה כ
Daf Yomi Sotah: Sotah 24–סוטה כד
Daf Yomi Sotah: Sotah 25–סוטה כה
Sotah 25a and Sotah 25b, proving whether a Biblically immodest woman gets warning before losing her ketubah, whether a husband may stay with a wife rather than warn her about her conduct with another man, and whether he can relinquish a warning once administered.
Daf Yomi Sotah: Sotah 27-סוטה כז
Sotah 27a and Sotah 27b, worries about the children of a woman strongly suspected of adultery, whether a man may stay married to such a woman, and a new chapter, with various inferences from Scripture learned on the day R. Elazar b. Azaryah became the head of the yeshiva.
Daf Yomi Sotah: Sotah – 28-סוטה כח
Daf Yomi Sotah: Sotah 31-סוטה לא
Rabbi Dr. Gidon Rothstein has semicha from YU (RIETS) and a PhD from Harvard. He has worked in shul rabbinate, high school and adult education. He is the author of both fiction and non-fiction, most recently "As If We Were There: Readings for a Transformative Passover Experience". He lives in Riverdale, NY.