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Aug
18
asked Does חי נושא את עצמו apply only when the human being is conscious?
Aug
18
comment Is a virgin birth possible according to rabbinic judaism? If the mother was betrothed, is the child a mamzer?
BTW, see the dream about Lot's daughters here: divreichaim.blogspot.co.uk/2007/10/…
Aug
17
comment What texts are studied in a traditional yeshiva?
The accepted answer to this question lists the main talmudic tractates studied. Also see Wikipedia Yeshiva.
Aug
16
accepted Eliyahu was answered as soon as he prayed. How does that prove the importance of mincha over other prayers?
Aug
16
answered Not saying shir shel yom on Rosh Chodesh?
Aug
9
answered Kever of a Tzaddik “bechinas” Eretz Yisrael
Aug
5
revised Returning a wrongly delivered letter
clarified meaning
Aug
5
comment Returning a wrongly delivered letter
An answer should ideally deal with a case where the letter was both delivered by the mail service and by hand. I will edit the question.
Aug
5
reviewed Leave Open On the design of the current universe — why did G-d let there be suffering in the world
Aug
5
asked Returning a wrongly delivered letter
Aug
4
answered what is the source that Shadchan is an acronym of Sheker Dover Kesef Notel
Aug
2
reviewed Leave Closed How to understand Gd eating?
Aug
2
reviewed Looks OK Are shabbat candlesticks on a tray muktzeh?
Aug
2
revised Is allowed for a non tohor (unclean) person to read the Tanach?
edited title
Jul
30
comment Receiving an Aliyah/Dukhening While Wearing a Catheter
@sabbahillel Are the kahal looking?
Jul
30
revised On Burial Under the Altar
spelling of altar
Jul
30
answered Eliyahu HaNovi and Moshiach
Jul
30
answered Receiving an Aliyah/Dukhening While Wearing a Catheter
Jul
29
comment Quote from the Chazzon Ish about “Mizrachim”
Not quite to the point, but indicative. Take a look at hebrewbooks.org/…
Jul
23
revised Current applicability to not wearing leather shoes on Tish'a B'Av and Yom Kippur
barefoot not bearfoot