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comment What is it about pigs that's so despised vs. other non-kosher animals?
Thank you for the link WAF!
Jun
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answered What is it about pigs that's so despised vs. other non-kosher animals?
Jun
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comment Is it Gezel Sheinah for a teacher to wake up a student in class?
hmmm..could be. Thanks I will take a look at that. That Mishnah would seem to prove the point as well. If you could burn their clothes, I would assume you can wake up a student.
Jun
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comment Edim Zomemim - Why Not Believe Them?
nice answer....
Jun
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answered Is it Gezel Sheinah for a teacher to wake up a student in class?
Jun
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answered What are the most essential Jewish websites?
May
26
comment Is being vegan “kosher”?
Bishul Akum is a problem when the food is Oleh Al Shulchan Malachim, suitable for a king's table (Avoda Zara 38a) I often wondered if the food served at Vegan restaurant would meet this criteria.
May
26
comment Why is the test (Nisayon) of Kivshan Haish not mentioned in the Torah?
If you down vote can you at least provide some constructive criticism or question? Thank you. I appreciate any feedback.
May
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comment Existence of Heaven and Hell
Third, even if you are correct that it is only dealing with a person that did a violation earning Karet, the point still stands. The point is that for the wicked there is no idea of Hell. There is no idea of burning in some painful situation for all eternity. This is the idea of hell I am suggesting the Rambam does not have. I thank you for your comments and I have edited the answer to reflect your comment and added a reference to Chapter 9. That Halacha does contribute to the point as well.
May
25
comment Existence of Heaven and Hell
Thank you Jake for your comments. First point is that I am not certain the Rambam has no concept of Gehenem, it would seem so from his ommisions and comments. Second, in Chapter 8, Law 1 the Rambam states that "the concquence for the wicked is that they do not merit this existance (Olam Habah), but are cut off and cease to exist". He does not state this is only speaking of a Rasha that did a violation meritting Kares. He seems to be suggesting that Kares(cessation) of the soul is a natural result of those that do not merit Olam Habah. I will continue in next comment...
May
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revised Existence of Heaven and Hell
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May
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comment Why is the test (Nisayon) of Kivshan Haish not mentioned in the Torah?
Thanks, I will check it out.
May
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answered Why is the test (Nisayon) of Kivshan Haish not mentioned in the Torah?
May
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answered How did Hashem hide the light from the wicked? What do Chazal mean by this?
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answered Existence of Heaven and Hell
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