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comment Why learn torah?
i take the swift deletion of my comment as a no
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comment Why learn torah?
i come from one of these. they kept shabbat, davened etc. but without proper torah study most of the youth did not follow
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comment Is there a mitzva to make known the truth of Judaism to non-Jews
@TamirEvan not as far as i know. maybe because not a binding halacha. more like mida chasidus for special individuals like avraham who he brought as an example
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comment What is the logical explanation for קם ליה בדרבה מיניה?
maybe it's from love your neighbor. just like we find in death penalties that we look for least painful forms. ie have pity on the poor guy. the law is for us not him.
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comment Is there a mitzva to make known the truth of Judaism to non-Jews
@MoriDoweedhYaa3qob they were summoned for this by the emperors not that they initiated these things
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comment Is there a mitzva to make known the truth of Judaism to non-Jews
my question is not on the mitzvot but on the basic truth of judaism. something like the kuzari, though there the jew was invited to speak
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comment Is there a mitzva to make known the truth of Judaism to non-Jews
upvoted for that last quote of the rambam. though doesnt address the main point of the question. thanks
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comment Is there a mitzva to make known the truth of Judaism to non-Jews
@Lee regarding point 1. it's in the talmud. forgot where. 2. why not? after all judaism requires them to keep 7 mitzvot bnei noach
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comment Is there a mitzva to make known the truth of Judaism to non-Jews
@Mike how do you interpret that practically? I dont see chazal going around preaching to the world. also maybe it refers to the messianic era