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Ketubot 90 and 91

In today’s Talmud pages, can non-Jews have a ketubah as well?

October 4, 2022

Today’s Talmud pages, Ketubot 90 and 91, surprise us by arguing that non-Jews can have a ketubah when they marry. Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin joins us to explain why the idea of the ketubah transcends any religion, and what this universal idea has to teach us today on how to make a marriage work. So what’s the secret to a good, long, happy marriage? Listen and find out.

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Ketubot 90 and 91
In today's Talmud pages, can non-Jews have a ketubah as well?
October 04, 2022
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