Here at Talmid-Chaver, we're pleased to announce the release of our ninth self-paced Gemara course, "Burglar in the House." You can find out more about it here. With our new plan, you have the option of signing up for the course for only $29, or accessing our growing course library for only $9 a month or $79 a year with our "All-Access" plan by clicking here.

This summer, we look forward to the release of three additional courses:

1) The first sugyah in "Tefilat Hashachar" delves into the origins and timing of our daily tefilot (Berachot 26a-27a)

2) Although unforeseen circumstances are often taken into consideration in Jewish law - "Oness Rahmana Patrei" - when it comes to the laws of Jewish divorce, it's not so simple! (Ketubot 2b-3a)

3) One who is involved in a mitzvah is exempt from another mitzvah. What's the source of this halachic principle and what are its precise parameters? (Succah 25a-26a)

As usual, we look forward to your involvement and your feedback. Email us at [email protected]

Consider joining our live, six-part "Talmudic Methodology" course, which starts Sunday evening, June 16th on "Zoom." For more details: