Rabbi Eliezer

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Attitudes Toward Nazirites
... Samuel and Rabbi Eliezer Hakappar, focusing on the sin-offering of the nazirite, regarded nazirites, as well as anyone who fasted when not obligated to or took any vow whatsoever, as ... A different Rabbi Eliezer argues that the nazirite is indeed holy and the sin referred to in the verse applies only to a nazirite who became ritually defiled ... Maimonides, following the view of Rabbi Eliezer Hakappar, calls a nazirite a sinner, explaining that a person should always be moderate in his actions and ...
Komarno (Hasidic Dynasty)
... Komarno is a Hasidic dynasty founded by Rabbi Aleksander Sender Safrin (born 1770, died August 28, 1818 in Komarno) of Komarno, Ukraine ... Rabbi Sender was the son of Rabbi Yitzchak Eisik Eichenstein (born 1740, died February 26, 1800) of the town of Safrin, from where Rabbi Sender's ... After the death of Rabbi Sender, his son, Rabbi Yitzchak Eisik Yehuda Yechiel Safrin (born February 13, 1806, died April 28, 1874), was raised by his uncle (his father's brother), Rabbi Tzvi ...
Peshat - Rabbinic Views and Usage
... is quoted in his writings as saying that the Rabbis of the Talmud were well-versed in Peshat, having built their Midrashic exegeses on it "They knew peshat better than ... However, both these Rabbis were led to opposing conclusions based on their opinion of the Talmudic Rabbis' abilities in Peshat Rashbam concluded that the ... lead to his own conclusions, and therefore disregarded the midrashim of the Talmudic Rabbis as exegesis altogether ...
Jacob The Heretic - Accounts - The Arrest of Eliezer Ben Hyrcanus
... Tosefta Chullin 224 tells how Rabbi Eliezer was once arrested and charged with minuth ... When the chief judge (hegemon) interrogated him, the rabbi answered that he "trusted the judge." Although Rabbi Eliezer was referring to God, the judge interpreted ... The remainder of the account concerns why Rabbi Eliezer was arrested in the first place ...
Ki Teitzei - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Deuteronomy Chapter 21 - Deuteronomy 21:10–14 — The Beautiful Captive
... The Rabbis taught in a Baraita that taking a beautiful captive according to the strictures of Deuteronomy 2110–14 was better than taking beautiful captives without restriction, just as ... The Rabbis interpreted the words “and you see among the captives” in Deuteronomy 2111 to mean that the provisions applied only if the soldier set his eye upon the woman when taking her captive, not later ... Rabbi Eliezer interpreted the words “and she shall shave her head and do her nails” in Deuteronomy 2112 to mean that she was to cut her nails, but Rabbi Akiba interpreted the words ...

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