Dr. Joshua Kulp presents Daf Shevui Talmud commentary and discussion, with the translations and explanations broken up into six sections per Daf, with one new section daily. Great for both beginning and experienced students.
Full Mishnah with commentary and English translation by Dr. Joshua Kulp.
Analysis of Torah, Prophets, and Writings are presented as courses composed of a series of classes. The introductory page for each course lists its classes, and links to the next class are at the bottom of each page.
A diverse range of topics are presented as courses, including An Introduction to the Zohar, Psalms of Hallel, The Conversion Controversy in Jewish Law and Eight Theologically Provocative Talmud Sugyot.
The Conservative Yeshiva is a welcoming egalitarian community in the heart of Jerusalem where adults explore traditional Jewish texts during a year, semester or summer of learning in Israel, developing Torah study skills in programs for post-college and college students where men and women participate fully together, in prayer as well as learning.
Experienced CY faculty members share source material and courses on this Shiurim Online Beit Midrash.
Each week there will be a Dvar Torah - a discussion on some aspect of the reading, by CY faculty, alumni and friends; a Vort - a short thought from Chasidic rebbes or other thinkers about some point in the text; and Table Talk - questions to stimulate discussion on the Parsha around the Shabbat table. Torah Sparks is available on the Conservative Yeshiva's Shiurim Online Beit Midrash website, as well as by subscription to weekly graphical emails, at right.
Every day you will receive in your inbox (or however you so choose to receive the material) 1/6 of that week's daf (page) of Talmud. The Hebrew text will appear in full, with an English translation and an explanation. Shabbat is going to be reserved for review of the week's daf.