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Jul
6
comment Laws of Abrogation
What percentage of jews support gay marriage when moses brought down the ten commandment? 0% I bet. Now, 83% of jews approved. Some "unchanging" mitvahs. And I bet the 83% jews would comically claim that they are still following that 4k years old torah with the same interpretation than what would Moses and his pals would have understood.
Jul
6
comment Laws of Abrogation
I sometimes wonder how christians' gospel got "accepted" too. It's pretty troubling. Judaism is not any better. It all started with tons of people have tons of differing opinions. Then difference opinions become differently popular. What's popular changes all the time. If someone ask, what is true christianity, or what is true judaism? Well, through out history, and through out different places, so many differing opinions show up. Each people claiming that their opinion is the true (christianity/judaism/truth/etc.)
Jul
6
comment Laws of Abrogation
Yea, I mean. Rabam is popular. Well. Jesus is even more popular. So that's how things got "accepted"? popularity contest?
Jul
6
comment What does 'the New Torah' in these medrashim mean?
It means same sex marriage is now wokeh... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Same-sex_marriage_and_Judaism
Jul
6
comment Can a prophet add to or change the Torah?
There will be no changes to the torah but does that mean that there will be no changes to God's commandment? For example, torah prohibited homosexual relationship. Reconstructionist jews now blessed homosexual marriage. Is it possible that God did prohibit homosexual marriage but latter changed his mind. You know what, it's okay now. That sort of thing?
Jul
3
asked Are all mitzvot in Torah meant to be kept forever?
Jul
2
comment Would a baalat teshuva need a get from each previous sexual relationship?
What is a kiddushin? So people are married if and only if they have a kiddushin?
Jul
2
asked Is there any way a pious jewish man can have many women legally and halacally?
Jul
2
comment Does a Kohen have to seek the same critria for a peligesh as he would for a wife?
Where in the torah does it say that only king can have concubines?
Jul
2
comment In adultery, why is a wife is guilty, and a husband not?
Does it matter if Judah's wife is death or not? Men's marriage status doesn't seem to prevent him from mating with anyone else. The women's marital status seem to be the issue. Whether a man is married or not seems to be irrelevant. He can boing boing any woman as long as she is not someone else' wife. In fact, some conservative rabbi consider David action with Betsheba is not a sin because Batsheba is not technically married at that time.
Jul
2
comment Is Buddhism Avodah Zarah?
Gautama and most buddhists believe that Gautama himself is above all, including any supreme being or beings. I think I wrote enough to be answer. You can check this. I am neither jewish or Buddhist.
Jul
2
comment Is Buddhism Avodah Zarah?
So according to Gautama, even bakka brahma, the most powerful being in the universe, is pretty delusional because he think that he creates everything and nothing is above him. It's like gnostic christians (declared heretical by catholic too). Have you ever think that may be Hashem is delusional too and need enlightenment? Well, that seems to be what gautama think. Nothing live forever and everything is impermanent and illusionary (maya)
Jul
2
comment Is Buddhism Avodah Zarah?
Not a buddhist. Though an interested readers of buddhism. Buddhist do not believe in a creator God. Gautama believe in a being called bakka brahma that "think" he creates everything but doesn't. The realms we're in have been around from eternity to eternity and has no beginning in buddhism. Not sure how they reconcile that with big bang followed by age of photons.
Jul
2
comment Is Christianity Avodah Zara?
@Emetv'Shalom, you can check sabellianism here en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sabellianism . As for me, I don't even know if Hashem is real or not. Sometimes, I wonder if we are truly judged by our beliefs. Then Hashem may say that the correct doctrine is quintinity or hexinity or quaternity and tada, no body goes to heaven.
Jun
30
comment is it permitted to make a snowman?
Karet? Fire? Brimstone, another global flood or just flogging + stoning?
Jun
29
comment Is there anything in the torah that says that breaking one commandment means breaking all?
He made that up? And the rest of judeo christian people don't made things up?
Jun
29
comment Is it still adultery if the other spouse consents?
Some white guys invite me to do so.... Hmm....why all the fun things sin anyway?
Jun
29
comment In adultery, why is a wife is guilty, and a husband not?
I already self censored my word. Actually I should replace that with something else. What? Judah is very married when he boing boing Tamar I guess. No body even care. Tamar could be punished because she's supposed to produce heir for Judah, which was exactly what she's doing. However, that's the only issue. No body calls Judah immoral or sinning or anything.
Jun
29
comment Is there anything in the torah that says that breaking one commandment means breaking all?
I would guess so too. Seems like Hashem is a reasonable god that knows that not all commandments are capital offense. Some are misdemeanors. Just making sure though.
Jun
29
comment Is there anything in the torah that says that breaking one commandment means breaking all?
James is a jew. I wonder where does he get the idea that breaking one commandment is breaking all of it?