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Jun
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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
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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?
Jun
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comment In adultery, why is a wife is guilty, and a husband not?
A man can have more than one wife. What about a man, having a wife, f*k around with other girls or having multiple one night stands? That doesn't seem to be punished at all by Torah
Jun
29
comment In adultery, why is a wife is guilty, and a husband not?
What about married man having mistresses? That doesn't seem to be prohibited too. Even concubines are okay
Jun
29
comment Difference in law between male and female adultery
In ancient time, before paternity tests, adultery is not victimless. Adultery means a man may have to inherit his wealth to someone else' biological child. A woman never have such problems. Now some would come up with certain theology to justify this. The thing is, judaism laws of adultery does not differ much from adultery in most other cultures. Hence, some common sense humans' politic should be the reason instead of any religious cause.
Jun
29
comment Is it still adultery if the other spouse consents?
It's in the bible?
Jun
29
comment Is it still adultery if the other spouse consents?
If that is the case for marriage, then why get married at all?
Jun
29
comment What does adultery mean in the 7th commandment?
So either deuteronomy or post biblical nature. I thought all mitzvah are in the torah (according to some answers here). So we should cross out post biblical/post torah part right?
Jun
29
comment What does adultery mean in the 7th commandment?
So, sinaf or neifa? Which one is right?
Jun
29
comment Is breaking the law in the United States considered rebelling against the nations in the exile (i.e. three oaths)?
If the law tells you to enter concentration camp, shouldn't you just take up arms and rebel?
Jun
29
comment Is there anyone that says that the “us” in “let us make man btzelem elokim” is referring to humans?
let us make men in our image. If us there refer to humans, then who are the we in "our" image? Humans already are in humans image.
Jun
29
asked Is there anything in the torah that says that breaking one commandment means breaking all?
Jun
29
comment Where in the torah is contempt of court condemned?
About that Devarim/Deuteronomy thingy. You have a strange interpretation. Would you care to explain or should it be another question?
Jun
29
comment Where in the torah is contempt of court condemned?
Bereshit is genesis. Devarim is deuteronomy. Avot? Let's see. What was that? Either exodus or number
Jun
29
comment Where in the torah is contempt of court condemned?
What is avot? I know it's judaism site. What's the christian equivalent of that book if I may ask?
Jun
29
accepted Where in the torah is contempt of court condemned?
Jun
29
comment Where in the torah is contempt of court condemned?
Actually this answer is what I am looking for. However, I will mark the other answer as valid because it has far more info. Also it has a different interpretation of Deuteronomy 17:12