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Rabbi Sigalit Ur, a research fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute, discusses her study encompassing hundreds of dialogues between Jews and Gentiles in Rabbinic literature.

 


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3 comments on “Who Is a Gentile?

  1. Joel Soffin says:

    What is a source of the TAYA stories you describe? Thank you.

    1. Sigalit Ur says:

      Hi Joel,
      The Taya stories appear in the Babylonian Talmud. The longest and most colorful in Baba Batra 73b-74a, but there are also interesting ones in Avoda Zara 28a, Megilla 18a and Moed Katan 25a, to name a few. Enjoy!
      -Sigalit

    2. Sigalit Ur says:

      Hi Joel,
      The Taya stories appear in the Babylonian Talmud. The longest and most developed is in Baba Batra 73b-74a, but there are also interesting stories in Avoda Zara 28a, Megilla 18a and Moed Katan 25a. Enjoy!
      -Sigalit

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