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That would depend on how connected the milk inside the udders is to the cow. Conceptually, a kosher, slaughtered cow with milk in it's udders can be cooked and eaten with that milk de'oraysa, but may be assur midirabannan. That implies we view the milk as still incorporated with the cow. Therefore, if the cow becomes assur, the milk in it's udders is assur ...


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See this article that discusses G-d's names. This is a theory, but the verses he cites, lends some credence to the idea. An alternative view proposed by W.F. Albright is that the name is connected to shadayim which means breasts in Hebrew. It may thus be connected to the notion of God’s fertility and blessings of the human race. In several ...


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There are two general approached to this question. One approach, which I have seen in multiple sources, is that the body is also a future vessel of the soul, after the resurrection. This body will ultimately be reunited with the soul share in the pleasures of the ultimate reward post-resurrection. The earliest source that I know of for this idea is the Kol ...



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