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Bava Metzia 60a: א"ר אלעזר עדא אמרה כל באמת אמרו הלכה היא Rabbi Elazar said: That is to say, every time a halakha is introduced with the phrase: Actually they said, it is an established halakha with regard to which there is no uncertainty. (Steinsaltz translation and elucidation)


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@moses in this answer refers to Edgar J. Goodspeed, who in "The Possible Aramaic Gospel", pg. 335, brought Hermann Strack's suggestion that: "It is probably, as Strack suggested, a projection of Paul's teaching in Gal. 3:28: "There is no room for 'male' and 'female'; for in union with [CJ] you are all one." This would mean that the ...


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Commenting on a Talmudic passage (Berachot 3a) in which R. Yosi learned three laws from Elijah the Prophet, R. Zvi Hirsch Chajes essentially asks your question: ק' ע"ד רש"י (שבת ק"ח ע"א) ד"ה מאי עד שיבא אליהו ויאמר ופירש"י איסור והיתר אין תלוי בו דלא בשמים הוא ע"ש ואיך למד הש"ס דינים אלו מאליהו ואפשר לומר דאם אליהו ...


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My own list (feel free to add if you find more): Bereishit 2:1-3 Shemot 16 Shemot 20:7-10 Shemot 23:12 Shemot 31:12-17 Shemot 34:21 Shemot 35:1-3 Shemot 36:6 Vayikra 23:1-3 Vayikra 24:5-9 Bamidbar 15:32-36 Bamidbar 28:9-10 Devarim 5:11-14 Melachim II 4:23 Yeshayahu 58:13-14 Yirmeyahu 17:19-27 Yechezkel 46:1-5 Nechemiah 10:32 Nechemiah 13:14-22


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1) The Baal Shem Tov explains based on the Mishna Avos (3:16) וְנִפְרָעִין מִן הָאָדָם מִדַּעְתּוֹ וְשֶׁלֹּא מִדַּעְתּוֹ, וְיֵשׁ לָהֶם עַל מַה שֶּׁיִּסְמֹכוּ, וְהַדִּין דִּין אֱמֶת - they exact payment from man, either with his consent or without his consent, and they have that on which they [can] rely [in their claims], seeing that the judgment is a ...


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Translation reads as follows: בשעה שבא נחש על חוה. פשט המאמר הוא כמו שאמרו המפרשים ז"ל, דלא בא עליה ח"ו ביאה ממשית גופא בגופא, אלא ביאה מחשבית והטיל בה זוהמא בראיה, ואותה הזוהמא היתה הזרעה שלו, וכאשר נמצא כך במין העוף שמזדווג ומוליד בראיה בלבד, שהזכר רואה ומסתכל בנקבה. At the time that the snake was intimate with Chavah - The simple explanation (p'...


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If you're goal is to go through Shulchan Aruch while looking up the Gemaros, the best source would be the Be'er Hagolah on each individual halacha, printed in all standard sets of Shulchan Aruch and Mishnah Berurah. The Beis Yosef on the Tur quotes the Gemaros and relevant Rishonim. However, I don't think you can really get the same understanding from seeing ...


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