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Nov
16
comment Why are angelic icons not prominent in Judaism?
@JimThio - yes, but that was a Divine injunction, not something that any human chose to do for artistic purposes.
Oct
24
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
20
asked What is the meaning of psak?
Aug
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
12
awarded  Yearling
Jun
27
awarded  Quorum
May
30
comment Is a rare steak kosher?
Ya, that's the way I like it. The law of eiver min hachai was put in the Torah for people who like meat the way I like it... :)
May
26
revised “Safe” Foods in Non-Mehadrin Situations
whisky
May
26
answered “Safe” Foods in Non-Mehadrin Situations
May
26
answered Mehadrin vs. Non Mehadrin
May
25
revised Why is Judaism not Racism?
added 18 characters in body
May
25
answered Why is Judaism not Racism?
May
25
accepted Berachos over food mixtures
May
25
comment Berachos over food mixtures
Wow, fantastic, well researched and clear answer! Thank you!
May
24
comment Yichud in Elevator
@yydl, I'm no posek, but I'd say ones rachmana patrei. It's unlikely enough that the elevator will get stuck, that such a situation would be considered a freak accident.
May
24
asked Berachos over food mixtures
May
24
comment Difference between jewish and zionist?
@Yaakov - thanks for the link, but Rambam there doesn't say they cease to be Jewish. He does say that they're chayav misa, even without due judicial process - but he very tellingly states that their children remain Jewish and we should attempt to bring them closer to Torah.
May
24
comment Difference between jewish and zionist?
That is incorrect - a Jew who sins (including "converting" to another religion) remains a Jew. There is no halachic way to renounce your Judaism once you are Jewish.
May
24
comment Difference between jewish and zionist?
I think you made a typo: "and the person did not convert to another religion" should be "or the person converted from another religion". There is no halachic way to renounce your Judaism once you are Jewish, but you can become Jewish if you were born non-Jewish.