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revised Sending a Torah to the Moon
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asked Sending a Torah to the Moon
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revised To what extent would a 17th-century observant Jew purposefully violate Halacha to save lives?
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revised Non-born-Jew Atheists without any Jewish belief or custom, while having Jewish self-identity for any reason. Is this accepted as Jew?
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revised To what extent would a 17th-century observant Jew purposefully violate Halacha to save lives?
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revised To what extent would a 17th-century observant Jew purposefully violate Halacha to save lives?
No need to shout (CAPS); title; tags; removed irrelevant dialogue. If you don't like these changes, feel free to "roll them back."
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revised To what extent would a 17th-century observant Jew purposefully violate Halacha to save lives?
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answered To what extent would a 17th-century observant Jew purposefully violate Halacha to save lives?
May
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answered Do Jews believe that God's name is “God”?
May
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answered Maybe God lied?
May
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comment Maybe God lied?
Dupe? judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/13764/…. While worded differently, this is effectively the same question.
May
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comment Which alphabet were the original Torah scrolls in?
@Alex I've corrected this answer.
May
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comment Why does the Hebrew alphabet not have letters representing vowels?
Title doesn't really match question.
May
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revised Why is the name of the first Hebrew letter also the word for 1000?
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comment Which alphabet were the original Torah scrolls in?
Sources for second point would be wonderful.
May
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revised Which alphabet were the original Torah scrolls in?
Clarity and factual correction, although now the parenthetical comment doesn't really support your point
May
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revised Why are challenges to respected rabbis not treated seriously?
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comment Why are challenges to respected rabbis not treated seriously?
Related: Iyov 38:1-2
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revised Tanach with grammatical text analysis
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comment Why are tractates arranged in descending order of size?
Another book that is written with the chapters ordered from longer to shorter is the Quran. ( According to them, the order was decided by God.)