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Aug
19
comment What are the authoritative Jewish documents?
@ba That other question you pointed seems to be a good reference for all the documents and as such this could be a duplicate. But that question is about documents of Jewish law. Are there any others? e.g. non-law theological ones.
Aug
19
comment What are the authoritative Jewish documents?
@ba Thanks. I'll still like to know a list of documents. (Example - New testament, Old testament are scriptures and writings of early church fathers are well respected within Christianity) I assume something similar must be there in Judaism.
Aug
19
comment How tall was Adam?
150 feet?? Are kidding me?
Aug
16
comment What is the source of hatred perceived by Jews in different parts of the world?
Since I'm not Jewish it is hard for me to understand the Jewish terminology. Could you expand on it a bit?
Aug
16
comment Is animal sacrifice practised among modern Jews?
@MonicaCellio Agreed. You can close this one.
Aug
16
comment Is animal sacrifice practised among modern Jews?
@Dan My followup question would be why these have been stopped. The temple is no longer there but these sacrifices were being offered before the temple was built.
Aug
16
comment Is animal sacrifice practised among modern Jews?
@ba Correct I'm referring to animal blood only.
Aug
9
comment How can God be just in light of Deuteronomy 23:3?
Some of the comments are relevant to the question. Could you please leave some as you see fit?
Aug
8
comment How can God be just in light of Deuteronomy 23:3?
@ba "is it a decree of discrimination that only priests can enter the temple" That is food for thought. I'll think it over and come back later with another question. :)
Aug
8
comment How can God be just in light of Deuteronomy 23:3?
@Yirmeyahu "Jewish tradition is clear that a mamzer can be a great person despite their deficient lineage" Could you give me a reference or example for that?
Aug
8
comment How can God be just in light of Deuteronomy 23:3?
@SethJ @ Dan Thanks for your feedback. I hope no one thinks I'm trolling or trying to pick on anyone. I originally asked this on Christianity SE and it was migrated here. And this question is very important to me personally as it goes against my conception of God as the epitome of goodness. Hence I'm interested in information and debate.
Aug
8
comment How can God be just in light of Deuteronomy 23:3?
"The bad effect of sin is not a punishment; it is a natural consequence." The child not receiving appropriate parental care might be a natural consequence but a decree to not let him enter congregation does not seem like a natural consequence. Further more would a great great grand child of eight generation even know what or why his ancestor did? Would the consequence linger till then? Not unless one makes it linger with a decree of discrimination.
Aug
8
comment Why can't an illegitimate child enter the temple?
@DoubleAA That is informative. Perhaps I should bring more of my Old testament curiosities over here. :)
Aug
8
comment Why can't an illegitimate child enter the temple?
@ba Thanks for clarifying the context. But the answer does not satisfy my curiosity. Please see my edit.
Aug
8
comment Why can't an illegitimate child enter the temple?
@DoubleAA That doesn't make a difference. My question is about the goodness of God not the place/location.