Rabbi Tscholkowsky has just released a new Android and Apple app aimed at making Talmud study fun. It teaches the 350 main Aramaic terms used in the Talmud and can be played in four languages: English, French, Spanish and Hebrew. You can download the free app at the following links:
Android users will find the app on Google Play at:
Apple users will find the app at the Apple Store:
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The Talmudic Method
The Talmudic method of learning can only be captured in the study halls of the Yeshivot and Beitei Midrashim where the Rabbi's and students of Torah dwell. In this rarefied atmosphere of purity and holiness our Torah has been studied since it's very beginning in Mount Sinai. Here those dedicated to following Her great dictates pour over the written and Oral Law investigating every minute detail of Her wisdom. Two great scholars of old Rabbi Yitzhak Canfantone and Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzatto wrote small works to assist the young student beginning his journey on the vast ocean of Talmud. Although different in style, their aim was the same, to organize a guide book of principles to understand the rules of the learning process. This site will showcase their efforts B'ezras Hashem.
|Introduction to Talmud|
|The Ways of Reason|
|The Book of Logic|
|The Book of Rhetoric|
|The Ways of Talmud|
When I first came to Eretz Yisroel, I went to a small yeshiva on Mount Zion. There, my Rabbi and Mentor, Harav Mordecai Goldstein shlita, introduced me to three books which would help me enter the gates of Talmudic Wisdom in a systematic way. After many years of study, I would like to present these works to my fellow sojourner's to help them on their path to HaShem's wisdom. May it be His will that all His people quickly return to Eretz Yisroel and joyfully gather once again at His Holy Temple. Amen.