A few offerings are waved (moved upward, downward, back, and forth) as a part of the process of offering them. If I'm not mistaken, the following is a complete list: The asham of the m'tzora, while ...
So we know that Bikurim was collected by tying a reed to the first fruit of a particular field when it would be found budding. We also know that Chazal say to give one 60th of one's produce as ...
The minimum shiur for bikkurim miderabbonon is one-sixtieth - see the answer to this question. One sixtieth of the harvest for a farmer of a sizable farm would be difficult to fit into even seven ...
Why do the poor have to give away their wicker baskets yet the rich get back their gold baskets and I know the Gemara says this proves that wealth goes to wealth and poor goes to poor but why IS THE ...
How much produce becomes bikkurim (first fruits)? Rambam says: Hilchos Bikkurim Chap 2 Halacha 19 How should one separate the first fruits? A person descends to his field, sees a fig tree, a ...
What does, 'A wandering Aramean was my father' mean in Dt 26:5? Why was this response required to be made before the LORD?