Rav Amnon Bazak is a shiur-bet Ram of Yeshivat Har Etzion, and a lecturer in the Bible and Oral Law Departments of Herzog College and the Women's Beit Midrash in Migdal Oz. Within the framework of Hesder, he completed his army service in the Military Rabbinate, was ordained as a rabbi and attained his B.Ed in Herzog College. He has authored several books on Bible study, including: Samuel Alef - King of Israel, Shmuel Bet - The Kingdom of David, and Nekudat Peticha - Studies in Parshat Hashavua. In his book "To this Day," he presents a comprehensive way of dealing with questions arising from biblical criticism. Hundreds of his lessons, written and recorded, are archived on the website of the Virtual Beit Midrash of Yeshivat Har Etzion. Rav Bazak also edited several books, among them Rav Amital's book "VeHaAretz Natan Livnei Adam" and the holiday series by Herzog College.
|Rav Amnon Bazak||Daf 18a: “When do we start counting regarding Gittin?”||In Gittin 18a a dispute of the amoraim is cited regarding the question “when do we start counting in gittin?” This is to say, from when do we start counting the three months which the Sages obligated a woman who becomes divorced to wait until remarrying – from when the get was written, or from when it was given. In order to understand the reasoning behind this dispute, we must first examine the definition of this obligation – the law of “havchana” – distinguishing.||Masekhtot - Iyun|
|Rav Amnon Bazak||Shiur #17: "Mitzva Bo Yeter Mi-beshlucho"||Masekhtot - Iyun|