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Apr
27
comment Neviyim and Kesuvim are Torah Shebiksav?
@DoubleAA we can assume at sinai means when all the jews were assembled there to receive the torah. if it was a different time it should have been stated explicitly.
Apr
27
revised Neviyim and Kesuvim are Torah Shebiksav?
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Apr
26
answered Neviyim and Kesuvim are Torah Shebiksav?
Apr
26
comment Why is there no description of Olam Haba in the Torah?
thnx do you remember where in the rambam?
Apr
25
comment How many Blatt in each perek of Shas?
@rainrunner if you wind up making a new solution please post it here
Apr
25
revised How many Blatt in each perek of Shas?
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Apr
25
answered How many Blatt in each perek of Shas?
Apr
25
comment Was Kriyas Yam Suf difficult?
@YEZ not necesarily. the sea is much bigger volume of water. and perhaps it is not 90 degrees "steep" against one's nature
Apr
25
comment Avraham, Av Hamon, Av ha'am
@J.Levi those are the closest in the tanach i think
Apr
24
answered Avraham, Av Hamon, Av ha'am
Apr
24
revised Laws of Abrogation
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Apr
24
comment replacing a used borrowed item which broke with a new item which is more valuable
you have a source why such a case would not be a problem of avak ribis? thnx
Apr
24
comment Laws of Abrogation
most translations render it as Elijah the prophet which is the same thing as Eliyahu
Apr
24
comment replacing a used borrowed item which broke with a new item which is more valuable
but it was not stipulated from the beginning as a sechira
Apr
24
comment Laws of Abrogation
@DoubleAA are you suggesting it is not Eliyahu of the book of Kings?
Apr
24
comment Why strong wind when splitting the sea?
wasn't the whole thing miraculous? even the most powerful hurricane winds have never been observed to do this today. and why didnt everyone get blown away?
Apr
24
comment Why strong wind when splitting the sea?
Rav Dessler also says this in michtav m'eliyahu. likewise he explains the shofar blasting in the walls of jericho and the sprouting of samson's hair before he is given back superhuman strength.
Apr
24
comment replacing a used borrowed item which broke with a new item which is more valuable
@NoachmiFrankfurt maybe rabbinical
Apr
24
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Apr
24
answered Laws of Abrogation