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Aug
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comment Jewish concept of angels
@Monica Cellio there are two groups of angels (in this discussion) one group has absolutely no will (they are like pre-programmed robots) the other group does have free will (within certain paramaters) but not anywhere near what us humans have. so in short yes it was by divine command
Aug
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comment Jewish concept of angels
Thanks for the source but @b a please read the source you mentioned "יצר הרע יש ביניכם"?
Aug
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answered Jewish concept of angels
Aug
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answered Why don't we just follow the shittah of Moshe Rabeinu?
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Aug
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comment What can I do to change myself permanently through the repentance process?
This is the trickiest part. Speaking with a mentor helps. Concerning sources most of this is found in Klalei Hachinuch Vehadracha (by Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Schneerson)
Aug
21
comment How can we be sure that Judaism is the truth?
I updated the answer a bit... as far as some proof, one famous one is the fact that there were 600,000 adults that witnessed the giving of the Torah, and since then in every generation no less than 600,000 people transmitted it to the next generation.
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comment How can we be sure that Judaism is the truth?
Thanks for the correction
Aug
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answered How can we be sure that Judaism is the truth?
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answered What can I do to change myself permanently through the repentance process?
Aug
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comment What makes prayer take so long?
Thanks! it takes very long to browse some of the sforim there (and i'm used to certain new prints which allows me to find things quicker)
Aug
21
comment What makes prayer take so long?
i definitely will try :) i mostly answer questions when i have a few minutes break from work (so i don't have Sforim with me to look up - it's mostly from memory)
Aug
20
comment Question about Ashkenazi pronunciation
That is very true - but @Qoheleth mentioned that it was a 'Ashkenazi' shul, Chassidim generally daven nusach Sfard (or something more similar to it than Ashkenaz
Aug
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answered Question about Ashkenazi pronunciation
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answered Can a Ben-Noach practice another religion?
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Aug
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answered Chassidic Rebbes don't use Hebrew Grammar?