161 reputation
8
bio website
location Tel Aviv, Israel
age 20
visits member for 2 years, 11 months
seen Apr 23 at 18:14

Apr
12
comment Did people who were not priests ever enter the Tabernacle?
Binayahu Ben Yehoyada was Cohen, easy source
Apr
9
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
4
revised What was the Plague of the Sword?
improved
Apr
3
awarded  Scholar
Apr
3
accepted Spiders in Judaism
Apr
3
revised What was the Plague of the Sword?
spelling
Apr
3
revised What was the Plague of the Sword?
grammer, spelling
Apr
3
revised What was the Plague of the Sword?
improved
Apr
3
revised What was the Plague of the Sword?
improved
Apr
3
answered What was the Plague of the Sword?
Apr
2
answered What is the difference between Sfardic and Ashkenazic calculations for the last time to eat chametz?
Apr
2
comment Why did Moshe insist on killing the Midianite babies?
Would like to add, why did Moshe insist killing all the Midianite, Or Hachaim, Pinhas 15 mentions there was only one there, the rest were afraid to intice Bnei Israel.
Apr
2
asked Spiders in Judaism
Apr
2
awarded  Editor
Apr
2
revised Why the necessity of watching the wheat from the time of its cutting?
re-evaluated the question,spelling
Apr
2
answered Why the necessity of watching the wheat from the time of its cutting?
Apr
2
comment is emuna supposed to be blind faith?
Oh, I agree that.
Apr
1
comment is emuna supposed to be blind faith?
I actually have quite alot (but not near me atm). The point is, BOTH are correct, each has its pros and cons.For example, if you don't have any 'blindfaith' at all, and you didn't manage to effactivly 'understand' emuna, what are you suppose to believe in/how do you live in the meantime ?
Apr
1
comment is emuna supposed to be blind faith?
Blind faith can also be considered Emuna. @ray check Chovat halevavot. I might be able to bring sources by weekend.
Mar
30
comment man is greater than an angel
I believe a common source is Zechariah 3 7 Try reading Sichat Malachei Hasharet IIRC, R' Tzadok explains angels might be 'better' in terms of materialistic existance but the 'soul' given to humans (jews) is of much higher 'quality'.