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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​כי הות אמינא מילתא הוה אקשי ליך עשרין וארבע קושייתא ונפריקנא להון עשרין וארבעה פרוקי וממילא רווחא שמעתא


Aug
16
comment Complete list of verses corresponding to people's names?
@MoriDoweedhYa3gob If the Rambam were a member of this site I would ask him too to not insult people and be respectful. I have no doubts that he would agree. Please follow suit. Your most recent comment shows you didn't understand what I said before.
Aug
16
comment Complete list of verses corresponding to people's names?
@Mori Trust me: I understand. That still doesn't give you the right to say those things around here for no reason. If the question is discussing rabbinic responses to X then you can respectfully mention the Rambam does not believe it is correct. But don't use childish insults for no reason
Aug
15
comment If a widow married the brother of her deceased husband
Related judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/11040/…
Aug
15
comment Why is the torah so misleading without the oral law
@ray That's a nice platitude but you know on some level it isn't true.
Aug
15
comment Complete list of verses corresponding to people's names?
@mori then what are you here for? All you seem to do is declare your opinions as absolutely true while insulting everyone else. I don't think you really get the laws of Mi Yodeya because you regularly call things insulting names for no reason which is valid in the context of this site. You can ask a question on the Chida or point out conflicting opinions, but calling in-scope discussion mumbo-jumbo is unwarranted. Cease and desist.
Aug
15
comment Davening together with the shliach tzibbur on Rosh HaShanah
You could just listen and say Amen to the Brachot.
Aug
14
comment Why is the torah so misleading without the oral law
I said it could. I have no idea if it did or didn't.
Aug
14
comment Why is the torah so misleading without the oral law
But maybe chazaka of the circumstances beats that. Maybe the verses about witnesses are talking about the death penalty in only that specific instance.
Aug
14
comment What type of nuts may not be eaten during Elul?
@hacham Doesn't make my point any less serious.
Aug
14
comment What should a person do if he holds differently than the Kohen?
@Shmuel Not for a Chattat IIRC. Anything under Bal Teacheir they can always bring as a safek.
Aug
14
comment “Meikeh” (fence on the roof) on a shul nowadays
similar judaism.stackexchange.com/q/5860/759
Aug
14
comment What effect did Migdal Bavel have on world languages?
Yerushalmi Megillah 1:9 may be relevant.
Aug
14
comment What type of nuts may not be eaten during Elul?
@HachamGabriel So with the kollel אגוז=18=חי Sounds like a great food to eat!
Aug
14
comment Rabbinic speculations on history
+1 Gittin 6b is likely relevant.
Aug
14
comment Complete list of verses corresponding to people's names?
@MoriDoweedhYa3gob Presumably he trusts the Chida more than you. You have done little to gain anyone's trust as an expert of anything on this site thus far.
Aug
14
comment Why is the torah so misleading without the oral law
@ray He's saying it might be that Moses understood it that way. It might not. But it doesn't matter (halachically). What matters is how we read it now.
Aug
14
comment If God has no body, then how does He act in the world?
@ShmuelBrin You are mixing up cause/effect. If God is "above" time, then every decision He will make is already known to Him. Does that mean that when He sets in motion a chain of events whose outcome He fully understands, that He has abandoned the chain just because He doesn't change His mind along the way? The problematic "watchmaker God" is the one that doesn't build in places in time-space where what we thought were natural laws are violated. The problematic statement is one of inviolability of science not one of theo-metaphysics.
Aug
14
comment Niagara Falls does it require a Bracha if so which one?
Waterfalls are not listed in the gemara in this category, even though they definitely knew about them
Aug
13
comment Hashem studies Torah?
So that He can serve as a role model?
Aug
13
comment Hashem studies Torah?
Also what does this statement about God add to the question?