כתובות - Ketuvot
The Right to the Thigh. It never happened. But it could have.
Why did God give us earlobes? Rabbi Yishmael thinks he knows.
Talmudic plagues, and contemporary anti-vaxxers.
The doctor can’t always tell. And neither can the husband.
Converts, and the Pew Research Center’s Portrait of Jewish Americans.
If there are p kosher stores and q non-kosher stores, the meat is kosher if and only if p > q.
Need to prove you are a Cohen? Try the Cohen Modal Haplotype.
The talmudic penalties. And the modern ones.
How genetics sheds light on a Talmudic category.
Jews and dogs don't traditionally get along. And Azit, the Israeli canine paratrooper.
According to the Talmud, they were lucky just to get food and shelter.
Despite the Talmud, it’s not a good idea. Ask George Washington.
Rabbi Meir established a hermeneutic principal later used by three American philosophers.
A woman who copulates in a mill will have epileptic children. And everything is bad for you.
Talmudic myths, and why drinking too much does not mean a woman is “asking for it.”
Why do we blush?
How often should a couple have conjugal relations? And sexual abstinence of married Hasidim.
Bad breath as grounds for divorce.
Abayee, self-control and planning for the future.
Pagination in the Talmud. And fun facts about the number 1,000.
Actually, men are just as eager to find a partner, fall in love, and raise a family.
On the medical history of Rabbi Yehuda Hanasi, editor of the Mishnah.
Judicial corruption around the world, and the Massey case in light of the Talmud.
Love in Tractate Ketuvot, and a (very) brief history of the institution of marriage.