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comment Can non-biological matter cause your sink, dishes, or food to become non-kosher?
@DoubleAA what happened to avodah zara (ashera), hekdesh, nidrei isur, cheremim?
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comment Can non-biological matter cause your sink, dishes, or food to become non-kosher?
you left something out? how about venishmartem?
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revised Can non-biological matter cause your sink, dishes, or food to become non-kosher?
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comment Rav Yaakov Emden and the Survival of the Jewish people
why all the down votes?
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comment Rav Yaakov Emden and the Survival of the Jewish people
judaism.stackexchange.com/a/29742/1857 see bottom
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answered Can non-biological matter cause your sink, dishes, or food to become non-kosher?
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revised How does Judaism answer the problem of evil?
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answered How does Judaism answer the problem of evil?
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comment Books on the Existence of G-d?
link dead......
Jul
22
comment Is encouraging someone to read about the occult a sin?
try to undo the bad influence you did on him. maybe explain to him the dangers in dabbling with the occult. it comes from the forces of evil not from "energy". have heard some bad stories from reliable sources.
Jul
22
answered If the sages removed the desire for yetzer hora of avodah zora, what is left in terms of yetzer hara?
Jul
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comment Exercises in *yiras shamaim* (awe of the Lord)
see also this by Rabbi Yaakov Ades dafyomireview.com/438 especially gate 4
Jul
20
comment Why did Hashem create the world in such a way that a leap year is needed?
yagdil torah...
Jul
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revised Reconciling the evidence for the Uncertainty Principle with belief in an omniscient G-d
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Jul
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comment Can pikuach nefesh justify Masturbation?
the body has its own built in mechanism to do this.
Jul
16
answered Reconciling the evidence for the Uncertainty Principle with belief in an omniscient G-d
Jul
15
comment Purpose of Gilgulei Sheleg (rolling in snow)
@DanF briskodesh.org/pages/tikkunim/tikkunim-ari.htm it's rare but still exists especially among the sefardim in israel
Jul
15
asked Purpose of Gilgulei Sheleg (rolling in snow)
Jul
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comment Is one allowed to be Machmir against a psak?
part of your question has to do with hilchot lashon hara. it may be assur even if it's not the best thing to marry such a person
Jul
13
comment Is one allowed to be Machmir against a psak?
it's permitted but in this case could still be considered a pegam