Ki Teitze (Deut. 21:10-25:19)

21:10 What type of war is the verse speaking about?
How do we know?
What is implied in this verse as relating to captives?
What type of woman does the verse speak of?
“you will take her as a wife” is:
A.) a commandment
B:) desirable situation
C: Other - if Other describe
21:11 What does this verse have to do with people who have never sinned?
According to the Talmud, who were the four people in history to have never sinned?
21:12 Why should she “let her nails grow”?
21:13 Why should she “remove the garments of her captivity”?
What does “midst of your house” teach us?
Why does the Torah use the Hebrew word “yerach” instead of “chodesh” for month?
In what other legal documents are these words used?
Why does the Zohar compare this 30 day period to the month of Elul which precedes Rosh Hashanah?
21:14 What is implied by “and it shall be”?
What does “you shall not put her to work” mean?
21:17 What does “double” mean?
What do we learn from “in all that is found with him”?
What does “found with him” imply?
21:18 What does “wayward” mean?
How do they discipline him?
When is a wayward and rebellious son liable for punishment?
What is the punishment for the wayward and rebellious son?
Why is the punishment so harsh for a relatively light sin?
21:20 When was the law of the wayward and rebellious son implemented?
Why does the verse not say “our voices”?
21:22 What does the position of this verse tell us?
Why is the offender hung if he is stoned to death?
21:23 Why is a “hanging person” an insult to G-d?
22:1 What are three examples cited by the Gemara when one need not retrieve another’s lost property?
22:5 What does “k’li gever” mean?
22:6-8 Why are these verses in this order?
22:7 Which mitzvot in the Torah come with the promise of long life?
Why are they related?
22:9 What is a “mixture”?
22:10 What is the rationale behind this mitzvah?
How else can this be applied?
22:11 What is the Hebrew term for a combination of woolen and linen?
Where does the word derive from?
22:13 What does “and hates her” teach us?
22:14 What do we learn from the word “this”?
22:15 Why does the Torah insist that the wife’s parents represent her?
22:17 What does “and they should spread out the cloth” mean?
Why would this not be taken literally?
22:18 How will he be punished?
22:19 Why is there a difference in the various ways that the Hebrew word “naarah” is spelled?
22:20 Who are the first to stone the condemned?
What stage of marriage does this verse refer to?
22:22 What does “both of them” teach us?
What does the word “even” teach us?
What does this verse have to do with a fetus?
22:23 What does “and a man finds her in the city” teach us?
22:24 What does “with him” teach us?
22:26 What does murder teach about adultery and adultery teach about murder?
23:1 What does “the robe of his father” connote?
23:2 What is “one who is injured, crushed”?
What does “severed of spilling” mean?
23:3 What is a child conceived from relations with a Niddah called? (Trick question)
23:7 What is the Torah teaching us by “you shall not see their peace”?
23:8 Why should we “not abhor an Egyptian”?
What is the uniqueness of Torah gratitude?
23:9 What do we learn from “third generation, etc.”?
23:13 What does “outside the camp” mean?
23:19 What does “a harlot’s fee” mean?
What does “or the price of a dog” mean?
Why is the word “too” in the verse?
23:20 Who is this commandment referring to?
23:22 What is “late”?
23:25 Who is this verse speaking about?
Why can’t it apply to everyone?
What do we learn from “but you may not put into your vessel”?
23:26 Who is this speaking about?
24:1 Why is it an obligation for the man to divorce her?
What does “not find favor in his eyes” teach us?
24:2 What does “another” teach us?
24:5,6 How are these verses connected?
24:6 What can’t a lender take as collateral?
24:9 Why is the section about Miriam, earlier in the Torah, followed by the section about the spies?
24:14 Why is this verse repeated here?
What does “from among your converts” refer to?
24:16 What does “fathers shall not be put to death because of sons, etc” mean?
25:2 What does “The judge shall cast him down” mean?
25:17 Why is the commandment about Amalek after the section on weights and measures?
25:18 What are 3 interpretations of the Hebrew word “karcha” translated as “happened”?
What does the uncommon Hebrew word for “and he killed” express?
Why were the people weak?
Which tribe did they belong to?
Why were they faint and exhausted?
25:19 What is the difference between “wiping out the name” and wiping out the remembrance”?