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Nov
9
revised Does Judaism believe in a form of Panentheism?
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Nov
9
revised Does Judaism believe in a form of Panentheism?
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Nov
9
revised Does Judaism believe in a form of Panentheism?
edited title
Nov
9
asked Does Judaism believe in a form of Panentheism?
Nov
8
comment why are there so few great gedolim today
do you think people are mentally weaker now than they used to be. i.e less able to work concentrate and work hard in talmud torah?
Nov
8
revised why are there so few great gedolim today
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Nov
7
comment Double Yud as G-ds Name
i.e. both names intertwined like this Yud - ALEPH - Heh - DALED- Vuv - NUN - Heh - YUD i think it's for kabalistic kavanot
Nov
7
revised why are there so few great gedolim today
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Nov
7
comment If your rabbi accidentally tells you that something is allowed, and you follow him, are you punished?
@unforgettableid you should add in the question that the rabbi is questionable as to his reliability. otherwise, it is case of oness rachmana patrei
Nov
7
comment If your rabbi accidentally tells you that something is allowed, and you follow him, are you punished?
shemayisrael.co.il/dafyomi2/zevachim/insites/zv-dt-108.htm QUOTE: Why do we need a verse to teach us that one who offers b'Ones is exempt? An Ones is always exempt from liability for his actions! The Gemara (see Nedarim 27a) derives from a verse in the Torah that "Ones Rachmana Patrei" -- the Torah exempts one who is forced to sin!
Nov
7
comment If your rabbi accidentally tells you that something is allowed, and you follow him, are you punished?
Oness Rachmana patrei
Nov
7
comment How can I know a rav has daas Torah
@DoubleAA the tank thing was not a shayla. i think it was casual talk.
Nov
7
comment why are there so few great gedolim today
@DoubleAA are you suggesting we are not ממית עצמו עליהם as the earlier generations? maybe the advent of science and all its conveniences has made us too weak minded and pampered.
Nov
6
asked why are there so few great gedolim today
Nov
6
comment Can a man who has undergone a sex change give his wife a Get?
do you mean to ask whether he is considered a shoteh (crazy)?
Nov
6
comment Can a man who has undergone a sex change give his wife a Get?
would he also be patur in mitzva zman gerama like a woman? dont think so. being a man is not just a physical thing. the souls are different.
Nov
6
comment Why did Yitchak not follow in Avraham's footsteps regarding hospitality
so he closed down the kiruv program?
Nov
6
comment Why is Moshiach a “fundamental belief” (iqar)?
@DoubleAA you wrote "Just pointing out that I don't say what you thought I said" - they are both exactly identical. different alphabets?? what you spell out the letters when you say it or do you say the words. come on.
Nov
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revised Why is Moshiach a “fundamental belief” (iqar)?
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Nov
6
comment Why is Moshiach a “fundamental belief” (iqar)?
@DoubleAA how is your hebrew words: "לתכן עולם במלכות שדי" different than my words: "letaken olam b'malchut shadai" - exactly the same thing.