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Jun
15
answered Shiluach haKen and character
Jun
14
comment Did Rabbi Dovid Feinstein of Uzda wear tefilin that were Ktav Ari or Ktav Beit Yosef? What about his son?
But you think R' Dovid bought his son Ksav Beis Yosef for his bar mitzva?
Jun
14
answered Difference between Torah and the first five books in Christian bible
Jun
13
asked Do we know anything else about the calculus problem solved by Rabbi Moshe Feinstein?
Jun
13
comment What was the dietary source of calcium in Talmudic times?
@WAF, wouldn't you include nutritional requirements under the field of "medicine"? I think classical rabbi-physicians such as Ramban did; no?
Jun
13
asked What was the dietary source of calcium in Talmudic times?
Jun
13
answered Answering Atheist about Torah miracles
Jun
13
answered What medical condition was this “epilepsy that causes mental instability at all times”?
Jun
13
asked What medical condition was this “epilepsy that causes mental instability at all times”?
Jun
13
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
13
comment Did Rabbi Dovid Feinstein of Uzda wear tefilin that were Ktav Ari or Ktav Beit Yosef? What about his son?
Anyone able to ask his grandsons, the contemporary Rabbi Dovid Feinstein of NY, or his brother Rabbi Reuven Feinstein?
Jun
13
asked Did Rabbi Dovid Feinstein of Uzda wear tefilin that were Ktav Ari or Ktav Beit Yosef? What about his son?
Jun
13
answered Getting married in age order
Jun
7
comment Engagement Rings
@Menachem (or Alex, or anyone else in-tune with common Chabad-Lubavitch practice) -- is standard Chabad-Lubavitch practice today to have an engagement ring?
Jun
7
comment Nozir and four cups of wine
I've heard mead is recommended.
Jun
3
answered Proper Way of Learning Jewish Mysticism
Jun
3
comment How Kabbalistically accurate is the golem-making procedure described in “Niflaos Maharal”?
Jhourlad, we can certainly debate was what intended by the Gemara's discussion of the calf generated to eat, or the man reverted to dust by Rabbi Zeira; or sefer yetzira. I would not worry my head quite so much about the book "Niflaos Maharal", however, which was written a hundred years ago and referred to by its author as "folk literature."
Jun
3
answered Burial on Yom Tov Sheni
Jun
3
revised Why do we not say Hallel on Purim?
note
Jun
3
answered Davening early Maariv first night of Shavuos