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comment A wife wants to stop going to the mikva. What does that mean for the husband?
seems lots of liberal on this site. how else can you explain so many down votes for an aswer with the backing of a major rishon
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comment A wife wants to stop going to the mikva. What does that mean for the husband?
@DoubleAA you have any source whatsoever from the talmud that a man can stay with a woman who refuses to go to the mikve. obviously not. are you trying to play games here?
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comment A wife wants to stop going to the mikva. What does that mean for the husband?
@mevaqesh the shaarei teshuva says it refers to any sin that is well known to be forbidden.
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comment Where is the website which allows me to set up a daily learning schedule?
also this dafyomireview.com/index.php?seriesid=3 simpler version
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answered Do Jews believe in Heaven and Hell?
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comment Do Jews believe in Heaven and Hell?
have you heard of Gehinom?
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comment Looking for material on how to 'use' Rashi in the gemara
check the back of berachos
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answered How far does one have to go in giving mussar?
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comment Is there any torah study community that allows Non - Jews?
how do you know this was not a one time mitzva specifically to moses?
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comment Is there any torah study community that allows Non - Jews?
contact rabbi bryant and ask him for bnei noach study group youtube.com/watch?v=dn4sy72MjEE
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comment Intentions of chesed
@user6591 as far as i understand, from 3rd gate of chovos halevavos, the primary intention of everything is to try to find favor in God's eyes. like a servant who has only one goal - to try to please His master.
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comment Intentions of chesed
@user6591 what do you mean then by "To focus on the recipient?" Godly intentions are "to serve God" as explained there and at length in the 3rd gate of the book
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revised In Rambam's negative theology, why are G-d's attributes of action considered something that we can know about G-d?
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comment In Rambam's negative theology, why are G-d's attributes of action considered something that we can know about G-d?
cars, rocks are created things like us so we can relate to them and grasp them to some extent due to their being similar to us somewhat. but we cannot say this for God
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answered In Rambam's negative theology, why are G-d's attributes of action considered something that we can know about G-d?
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comment Is reading normal practical books about Judaism considered “Torah Studying”?
how about just asking what constitutes torah study
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revised How did the Jewish people understand and make sense of the destruction of the Second Temple?
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answered How did the Jewish people understand and make sense of the destruction of the Second Temple?
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comment Are there poskim who sanction using nedarim today
ah sorry for not being clear enough. thanks for your answer