Daf Yomi Nedarim
Join Rabbi Gidon Rothstein for a daily shiur of the Daf Yomi Masechet Nedarim given each morning from the Young Israel of Scarsdale, New York. For the previous masechet, click HERE for the Daf Yomi Ketubot course. For the next masechet, Nazir, 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 Nedarim: Nedarim 4–נדרים ד
Nedarim 4a and Nedarim 4b, pre-taped shiur for Shabbat Parshat Noah 5783, on what it means to have a prohibition of bal te’aher, do not delay, for a nazir, why we need a special verse for a father/husband’s ability to nullify nezirut, and then back to the Mishnah and the idea of how yadot work to create nezirut.
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 14–נדרים יד
Nedarim 14a and Nedarim 14b, why the example of using hullin in a neder appears unnecessarily in the Mishnah on 13b, the source for the impossibility of making a neder with an item of prohibition as a reference point, and the difference between Torah scholars and non-scholars with careless oaths.
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 23–נדרים כג
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 24–נדרים כד
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 27–נדרים כז
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 28–נדרים כח
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 35–נדרים לה
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 38–נדרים לח
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 39–נדרים לט-
Nedarim 39a and Nedarim 39b, how visiting the ill can work when either the visitor or the patient is prohibited from benefitting from the other by virtue of a vow, and then a discussion of the source and significance of visiting those who are ill.
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 42–נדרים מב
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 46-נדרים מו-
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 48–נדרים מח
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 58–נדרים נח
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 63–נדרים סג
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 65–נדרים סה
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 72–נדרים עב
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 73–נדרים עג
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 78–נדרים עח
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 79–נדרים עט
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Daf Yomi Nedarim – Quick Launched Event–Nedarim 81–נדרים פא
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 84–נדרים פד
Nedarim 84a and Nedarim 84b, whether the husband is included in vows a woman makes regarding “people,” either during the marriage or after it ends, why the Mishnah did not mention ma’aser ani as a source of support for the woman when the Tosefta did, and the beginnings why kohanim and levi’im can take their gifts despite a vow by a farmer not to have any of them get benefit from him.
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Nedarim 85–נדרים פה
Daf Yomi Nedarim: Daf Yomi Nedarim 88–נדרים פח-
Nedarim 88a and Nedarim 88b, why the lack of knowledge of an unsighted unwitting murderer is not relevant to a husband’s right to nullify vows, and then how a father can give his daughter money without it being considered to go to the husband.
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.