Starting Sunday, Aug. 20, we will enter the tractate of Kiddushin (“Betrothal in Jewish Law”), which is the seventh and final tractate in Seder Nashim (“Order of Women,” that addresses issues of family law).
The word “Kiddushin” derives from the word “Kodesh”/Sanctity and refers in this tractate to the process by which a man and a woman marry (from Sefaria.org). Although the majority of the tractate deals with betrothal law, the Talmud, as it often does, also discusses laws of acquisition, sending representatives to perform legal actions, lineage and the prohibition of seclusion between a man and a woman not married to each other.+ More... - Less...
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