More Discussions for this daf
1. A Ger amongst the Goyim 2. shogeg 3. Munbaz
4. Munbaz's opinion and Rebbi Akiva's opinion 5. A Convert Unaware of the Existence of Shabbos 6. תינוק שנשבה

David Kastor asked:

I need a GOOD example what Munbaz holds about inadvertence and one chatas, etc. I am struggling to understand his opinion and all other Rabbis's opinion (Rabbi Akiva, Rabbi Yochanan, Rabbi Lakish).

David Kastor, Baltimore, USA

The Kollel replies:

Munbaz holds that even if one knew about the prohibition, the Malkos and the Kares, if he did not know that there is a Korban for this Aveirah than he is still called a Shogeg, and he is Chayav a Korban.

For example, if he knew that eating on Yom Kipur is prohibited with a Lav and has a Chiyuv Kares, but did not know that one must bring a Korban if he eats b'Shogeg, he is still called a Shogeg and must bring a Korban.

Rebbi Akiva (also referred to in this Gemara as Rabanan) disagrees with Munbaz and holds that if one knew that there is Kares, one does not bring a Korban. There is, however, a dispute between Rebbi Yochanan and Rebbi Shimon Ben Lakish (Reish Lakish) as to whether one who knows about the Lav must bring a Korban. Rebbi Yochanan said that even if he knew about the Lav he is called a Shogeg, since he did not know about the Kares. Reish Lakish holds that if he knows about the Lav he is not called a Shogeg and does not bring a Korban.

Dov Freedman