Why did G-d make that man's organ which the urine comes out of, has such a powerful effect when it comes to women?
My Chumash teacher says that the Talmud says Sotah never actually happened. Can anyone verify this?
With regard to the sotah, we know from the gemara that if she has not committed the sin she gets a bracha and she returns to her husband.... What kind of relationship are we trying to recreate? A ...
In the Mishna, Sotah 1:3 and 3:3 both speak of instances in which a woman suspected of having committed adultery admits of her crime before drinking the water. Given that the penalty for adultery is ...
Chapter 5 of B'midbar describes the ritual for the woman accused by her husband of adultery. It includes this, after the kohein declares to her what will happen: וְאָמְרָה הָאִשָּׁה, אָמֵן אָמֵן ...
In Naso, we read (Bamidbar 5:32) that the kohen blots out the curses (which include Hashem's name) in the bitter waters and then gives for the woman to drink (5:24). What if the woman is unable to ...
In the case of a סוטה (wayward wife) we have an amazing and miraculous way to figure out if the woman is guilty or innocent. What's so special about the case of סוטה that we have a very special method ...