Tag: Rabbi Moshe Isserles

Extending the Third Cup of Wine at the Seder? [Video Clip]

Despite there being an expected standard of not drinking a separate glass of wine between the third and fourth cups of wine at the Passover Seder, Rabbi Moshe Isserles suggested that one could extend the drinking of the third glass, as we see in this clip from the recent episode of The Jewish Drinking Show:

Appearance on “Shu”T First, Ask Questions Later” Podcast, Discussing Gentile Wine

Episode In the latest of my podcast appearances, speaking about Jewish drinking [on other peoples’ podcasts], I’m excited to share the newest such appearance. Rabbi Moshe Kurtz had me on his Shu”T First, Ask Questions Later podcast recently, speaking about Rabbi Moshe Isserles‘ rabbinic responsum #124. Cleverly named “Uncorking the Rema’s Censored Wine Responsum”, this […]

Hanukah-Drinking in Halakhah [video clip]

In this clip from the Hanukah episode of The Jewish Drinking Show, Rabbi Ben Shefter and Rabbi Drew Kaplan discuss drinking on Hanukah in a few halakhic texts: The texts of our discussion are this text in the Shulhan Arukh (OH 670:2): ריבוי הסעודות שמרבים בהם הם סעודות הרשות שלא קבעום למשתה ושמחה Increasing meals which […]

Video Clips from the Professor Marc Shapiro Episode

Interested in checking out a couple of clips from the 84th episode of The Jewish Drinking Show, featuring Professor Marc Shapiro? You’re in luck! Here are clips on the censorship of Rabbi Moshe Isserles’ gentile wine responsum and on Italian rabbis permitting the consumption of gentile wine:

Rabbi Moshe Isserles’ Censored Responsum on Gentile Wine, featuring Professor Marc Shapiro

Perhaps one of the most famous instances of Jewish censorship involves wine🍷 Joining The Jewish Drinking Show to discuss this wine-related instance of Jewish censorship is Professor Marc Shapiro. A graduate of Brandeis (BA) and Harvard (PhD), Professor Shapiro holds the Weinberg Chair in Judaic Studies at Scranton University and is the author of numerous […]

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