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comment In What Sense Non Jews Should Obey/Disobey Torah?
@DoubleAA He didn't say the guy with the sticks story was from Exodus.
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comment In What Sense Non Jews Should Obey/Disobey Torah?
@DoubleAA Exodus 31:13 implies almost exactly what he means. So not so inaccurate IMO.
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comment Is it correct that a kohen could not be Moshiach?
Would like to accept your answer, but do you know if any texts or religious authorities have commented to that effect? (Don't mean to imply that you're not a religious authority...)
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comment In What Sense Non Jews Should Obey/Disobey Torah?
@DoubleAA He explained the first one.
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comment Examples of considerations when bringing gifts to religious Jews
Although I disagree that "anything frum is always good" with books
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comment Examples of considerations when bringing gifts to religious Jews
Nice list, thank you! I guess I'll be buying vases from now on...
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accepted Examples of considerations when bringing gifts to religious Jews
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accepted Who observes Yom Kippur Katan, and how?
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comment Is it correct that a kohen could not be Moshiach?
@Danno I mean kohen in the sense that people talk about kohanim today? You know, the people who have the first aliyah in shul. And I mean "Moshiach" in reference to the Moshiach we all are waiting for... Maybe I just don't understand your comment
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revised Who were the Therapeutae?
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comment Who were the Therapeutae?
@Mefaresh That's because I spelled it wrong! Thanks :) ...Also, try my link
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asked Is it correct that a kohen could not be Moshiach?
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asked Could any of the lamed-vovniks be a non-Jew?
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comment Who were the Therapeutae?
@Danno Thanks. Forgot Philo was a Jewish source...
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revised Who were the Therapeutae?
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asked Who were the Therapeutae?
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comment Is there a halacha that prohibits punching or slapping someone?
We read last week in Parshas Emor "If a man maim his neighbor; as he hath done, so shall it be done to him: breach for breach, eye for eye, tooth for tooth; as he hath maimed a man, so shall it be rendered unto him" (Leviticus 24:19). Seems generally relevant--although unclear in what sense it means these actions are "prohibited"
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accepted Is there a halacha that prohibits punching or slapping someone?
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accepted May one say a prayer while driving?
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accepted What are the most auspicious times of the Jewish year for contributing money?