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Feb
24
answered Greek Mythology in Jewish Day Schools
Feb
24
asked Does our literature discuss invalidating a conversion because the convert would not put his/her lot with the Jewish people?
Feb
24
comment Is paintballing alowed
@Yahu, thank you, that's fascinating. My only thoughts below had been about risk of injury (based on the Igros Moshe); I hadn't considered that people routinely get bruised. Worth some thinking.
Feb
24
asked How do you obtain Dole/Fresh Express bagged romaine lettuce with a Star-K on it?
Feb
23
answered Is there meaning in the name Miyah?
Feb
23
answered Does Robot = Golem?
Feb
23
answered Is there such a thing as dispassionate p'sak?
Feb
23
comment Women and Tzitzis
@SimchasTorah, women are obligated to learn "the halacha they need." A Jewish woman's relationship with Torah is not optional like a lulav or tzitzis. Furthermore, the bracha on Torah isn't just a standard acknowledgement of obligation; it's reminding us about the relationship the entire Jewish people have with the Torah.
Feb
23
answered Women and Tzitzis
Feb
22
answered P'sak halacha by AI?
Feb
22
answered If Christianity is avodah zarah and Islam is not, why has the Christian world triumphed over the non-Christian, and why do Jews prefer to live among Christians and not Muslims?
Feb
22
answered words often mispronounced
Feb
22
revised התראה by phone?
Al mnas ken
Feb
22
answered Is the term/idea “inviolate” used in the old testament?
Feb
22
comment התראה by phone?
@Tzvi, exactly. We need witnesses physically present, and we need a warning. The two don't have to go together.
Feb
22
answered התראה by phone?
Feb
21
asked What are the rabbinic opinions about an apartment building requiring an eruv?
Feb
18
answered the danger of eating matza
Feb
18
comment the danger of eating matza
Also any good Purim Torah cross-links a gazillion different tags, which would make a mess.
Feb
18
comment the danger of eating matza
@Isaac, yeah good question. I think leave it with p-t only. Otherwise someone's going to Google "matza" a week before Pesach and get very, very confused.