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There is a dispute in the gemara Shabbos 151b, Nidda 61b: מצות בּטלו לעתיד לבוא whether mitzvot will still be obligated in the future time of תחית המתים, resurrection of the dead. However Tosfos in Nidda prove that Mitzvos will still be binding. And theologically this is the mainstream belief. However there is a dispute if the gemara should even ...


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I don't recall seeing this particular issue addressed, although it may be explicit, but there is a very similar point made in Hilchos Birchas Hamazon. The Tur in Orach Chaim siman 188 and explained in the Aruch Hashulchan there addresses the issue that Birchas Hamazon is of biblical origin, and yet we find a plea for the rebuilding of Jerusalem as well as a ...


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You can't possibly find any classic Jewish sources that discuss making people wicked - for any reason. Firstly: One of the ways to lose your portion in the world to come is by making other people sin. See Rambam Hil. Teshuva 3:6: ו: וְאֵלּוּ הֵן שֶׁאֵין לָהֶן חֵלֶק לָעוֹלָם הַבָּא אֶלָּא נִכְרָתִים וְאוֹבְדִין וְנִדּוֹנִין עַל גֹּדֶל רִשְׁעָם ...


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As a Lubavitcher, I just want to clarify some things about the sources you are quoting. The sicha you have in the picture is the Rebbe's own teachings. Likkutei Sichos, Sefer Hasichos 5747-5752 (5750, 5751, 5752) - are all considered purely the Rebbe's chassidus. The Rebbe approved of every word in those sfarim. (That is an undisputed fact.) (There are ...


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In an interview, Rabbi Heschel Greenberg answered to that question: "Rav Herschprung of Montreal, after Gimmel Tammuz, wrote that the belief that the Rebbe is Moshiach is a hundred percent valid, and - I don’t have the letter in front of me, but - it’s even stronger than Rav Aaron Soloveitchik’s [sic] letter. (I'm not sure whether he means that Rav ...



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