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Jun
12
asked Did what David do to Batsheba and Uriah technically legal (not sin?)
Jun
12
comment Why did David HaMelech tell Shlomo to punish Shimei Ben Geira?
So Shlomo basically find justification to kill Shimei. He has no other purpose for order Shimei not to leave his house. His sole purpose is to find an excuse to kill him.
Jun
2
comment Does Judaism consider virginity to be a virtue?
Is virginity important? Important enough to decree death penalty for non virgin that get married. See biblegateway.com/passage/… What am I missing here. Virginity is not important for me of course. Hashem seems to make a big deal out of it.
May
23
comment Why are there 40 commandments in 10 commandments?
How many tablets do God uses anyway for that 10 items? Christians believe there are 2 tablets. The first 4 items are in the first one and the second ones on the last. Then there is another that says that there are 2 tablets, each are "carbon copy" of another.
May
22
comment Is Christianity Avodah Zara?
In fact, current "God" in contemporary judaism and Christianity is closer to "Shang Ti" in China. At least the latter is always believed to be the God of all, rather than just God of a particular tribe. Some missionary simply says it's their God is just the good old Shang Ti
May
22
comment Is Christianity Avodah Zara?
I do not know if Jesus is God or not. I do not even know if jews, christians, and muslims are still worshiping the same hashem described in the torah. The God we've been worshiping is much closer to philosopher's God or Aristoteles's god, than Torah's God.
May
22
comment Why are there 40 commandments in 10 commandments?
10 statements? There are far more than 10 statements there.
May
22
comment Why are there 40 commandments in 10 commandments?
10 items. Does that refer to the 10 (actually 40 commandments) or other 10 items or 10 other things?
May
22
comment Christian believe in the Noahide Laws, will they end up in heaven?
How come believing that God can take humans' form or any form he wish is idolatry? I mean even Sun Wu Kong en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_Wukong can do that and Hashem can't? Not that I still think Jesus is God. But I don't think it's impossible for God to take a form of human, though unlikely.
May
22
comment Forgiveness: differences between christian and jewish traditions
There's possibly some deeper meaning on that commandment. For example, do you really have anyone coming to you hundreds of time sincerely asking for forgiveness? The only case I know is my self, keep saying sorry to God, and my self. Or perhaps it's somebody that you are really close with like parents or literal brothers. Would you hate your brother if he lost your pencils one more time? Many Jesus' teaching can be good self help strategy if interpreted correctly, irrelevant of your religious help.
May
20
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May
14
comment How do you write Isaiah in Hebrew?
I don't allow my daughter's ears to be pierced because I believe in individual choice. She's just 1 week old. She should decide that 18 years latter. It has nothing to do with judaism because I am not a jew.
May
14
comment How do you write Isaiah in Hebrew?
Hashem told us to vote and pay taxes? Didn't know He's a liberal. I thought he's closer to libertarians. Voting means you indirectly told others how to run their lives. Taxes means punishing the productive so the lazy can breed and breed and breed and sleep and sloth and bang girls unlimitedly while encouraging robbery, larcenies, etc.
May
13
comment Were Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego told that there would be no miracle?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shadrach,_Meshach,_and_Abednego Looks like Sadrach, Meshach, and Abednego is the more popular name and the bible actually uses that name. The wikipedia entry uses sadrach, meshach, and abednego instead of hananiah, misael, and azaria
May
13
comment Were Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego told that there would be no miracle?
I see. Abraham uses elohim followed by plural verb when addressing abimelech. The most natural translation should be "the gods lead me here". As usual, that phrase is unnaturally translated. That would be another question.
May
12
comment Were Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego told that there would be no miracle?
The story of Haran being burned is not in the torah. I am not even sure if Abraham is monotheistic. Gen 20:13 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…
May
12
comment Were Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego told that there would be no miracle?
So God won't tell lie, but may deceive by silent.
May
11
comment Were Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego told that there would be no miracle?
Actually this is what I really want to know. So don't expect a miracle. It's God's will. I didn't know that Haran is burned?
May
11
comment Were Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego told that there would be no miracle?
And why Ezekiel told them that Hashem will not be with them? After all, Hashem does not save every would be martyrs right?
May
9
asked Were Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego told that there would be no miracle?