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Dec
21
answered Do Jewish people celebrate Christmas?
Dec
18
revised About what were rabbis ahead of the times?
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Dec
18
comment Can you pick your nose?
@Michoel agreed, but I thought people would be interested in seeing it anyway!!
Dec
17
answered Can you pick your nose?
Dec
12
comment Why does Esther change her name?
@DoubleAA agreed, but with a slight edit his question can be made to ask why did she have two names?
Dec
12
comment Why does Esther change her name?
@DoubleAA Her name doesnt change, a nickname was added according to the Gemara. The OP has got it wrong.
Dec
12
comment Why does Esther change her name?
@DoubleAA doesnt ichangedmyid show that there was a change of name/id ;)
Dec
12
answered Why does Esther change her name?
Dec
5
answered Sitting for “Ashre”?
Dec
5
revised If you can only choose one which way should you learn, bekiyus or beiyun?
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Dec
5
comment If you can only choose one which way should you learn, bekiyus or beiyun?
@DoubleAA first of all the OP did not specify that he is asking for only our generation. Regarding your point of honor the Gemara is still Mashmah that we need one more then the other. I will update my answer to reflect this.
Dec
5
comment If you can only choose one which way should you learn, bekiyus or beiyun?
@DoubleAA unfair argument, no one is making it incumbent upon you to eat the chocolate milk, however if one can only learn one way or the other [and the OP is asking in such a case] then a choice HAS to be made.
Dec
5
answered If you can only choose one which way should you learn, bekiyus or beiyun?
Dec
2
comment Has a gadol be'Torah ever drastically changed his type of avodas Hashem?
You cant say that Elisha changed his type of avodas Hashem. He admitted that he was not an Oved Hashem and would not enter Gan Eden.
Nov
25
revised Leah: Isn't it enough that you took away my husband?
added one source
Nov
25
comment Leah: Isn't it enough that you took away my husband?
@DoubleAA saves the day as usual, thanks a lot.
Nov
25
comment Leah: Isn't it enough that you took away my husband?
@msh210 i need help with finding a source, would you know where (Midrash Rabbah Lam. Proems XXIV) is? It seems to be the place of my Medrash.
Nov
25
answered Leah: Isn't it enough that you took away my husband?
Nov
24
answered Leah: Isn't it enough that you took away my husband?
Nov
24
answered Are there verifications for these miracles?