More details relating to items offered outside are discussed. What parts of the animal can be combined in order to get to the minimum requirement of an olive bulk? It depends on which type of sacrifice. What other offerings, besides animal offerings, is one obligated for if one offers outside? What is the minimum measurement?
The debate regarding whether or not one is obligated for offering outside a sacrifice that was slaughtered outside or an impure person eating impure food (mentioned in the mishna) is discussed further by the gemara and arguments are brought to explain Rabbi Yosi the Galilean’s approach. The next mishna discusses cases in which slaughtering is more stringent than offering and one in which offering is more stringent than slaughtering and their derivations from the verses are brought by the gemara. There is a debate regarding one who offers up several pieces – is one obligated for one act or for several. There is a further debate regarding what is the case exactly that they are debating and in which case would they both agree.
What are the sources and prohibitions relating to sacrificial rites that are performed outside the azara?
Several questions are asked and halachot are discussed regarding the unique status of impurity that the sin offerings that are burned and the red heifer and according to some the scapegoat on Yom Kippur also.
Are there cases where the meat is disqualified but the hide will still be given to the priests? There were 3 locations where items were burned (not on the altar) – beit hadeshen. Where were they located and what items were burned there? Does the meat of the sin offerings whose blood was presented inside get disqualified by being left overnight or not?
Accfording to the Torah the hide of the burnt offering are given to the priest. The mishna and gemara discuss various cases that are excluded from this halacha as well as several different ways of deriving the halacha that the hide of the animal in all kodashai kodashim are also given to the priests.
Was Moshe a high priest? From where do we derive that kohanim who have blemishes of all types can get portions of the priestly gifts? The line in the mishna that says those who can’t serve in the temple dont’ get a portion contradicts the line about the kohanim with blemishes. This contradiction is discussed.
Shiur sponsored for refuah shleima of Zelig Natan HaKohen ben Dina. There are two versions of the interaction between Moshe and Aharon on the 8th day of the miluim – did Aharon burn the sin offering because of aninut or because of impurity?
Can an onen eat kodashim at night? If regular kodashim are not allowed, can one eat the pashal sacrifice? Is aninut at night by Torah law or rabbinic law? A few contradictory sources are brought regarding these issues and several answers are brought.
Today’s shiur will be posted later today. As the content related to laws of mourning, one can learn it on Tisha B’av in the afternoon.