Converts and their subsequent generations. What happens when a second-generation Egyptian convert marries a first-generation Egyptian convert? Is their child considered third generation or second generation? It seems to depend which party is the father and which the mother – whom does it follow? It’s a machloket. With the example of an animal designated as a korban chatat that is pregnant, and how the decisions re the animals may have implications for the family of the generations of converts. Also, on the natin and mamzer – in terms of marrying those who are born Jewish. Plus, another case of gezarah shavah. And the story of the Givonim (with more to come tomorrow).
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