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comment May I rely on the halachik leniency of others?
@Menachem related: judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/10240/…
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revised Minimum Age to Learn Kabbalah?
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revised Why do we think of the korban pesach as a sheep, not as a goat?
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revised Pocket-size Talmud/Gemara
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comment Were the prophets and holy people who lived before Judah (Yehudah) also Jews?
@Maxood I will not continue this discussion here. Again, let us continue this discussion in chat
Feb
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comment Were the prophets and holy people who lived before Judah (Yehudah) also Jews?
let us continue this discussion in chat
Feb
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comment Were the prophets and holy people who lived before Judah (Yehudah) also Jews?
@Maxood I beg to differ. There are many things that Avraham did that are not mentioned in the Bible, but are recorded in Jewish tradition. The Bible is not a book of history, and you cannot expect it to record every action that Avraham ever did.
Feb
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comment Were the prophets and holy people who lived before Judah (Yehudah) also Jews?
@Maxood First, he may have indeed faced Jerusalem, you don't know that he didn't. Second, even if he didn't face Jerusalem, G-d may not have yet commanded the Jews to face Jerusalem at that point in time, and so it was not yet part of Judaism. Third, you are misunderstanding a fundamental principle of Judaism. A Jew does not have to do Jewish things to be Jewish.
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comment Were the prophets and holy people who lived before Judah (Yehudah) also Jews?
@Maxood I don't understand. First, how do you know that he didn't face Jerusalem, etc.? Maybe he did all those things too! Second, so what if he didn't? He did what G-d wanted of him then. Jews today do what G-d wants from us now. We may do different things, but we are all still Jews.
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comment All people in world are Jews?
@JimThio Adam, Noah, and Avraham all worshiped the same G-d. That doesn't mean that they were all Jewish.
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comment Were the prophets and holy people who lived before Judah (Yehudah) also Jews?
@Maxood Where did I say that? It is not true, neither then nor today, that a Jew needs to practice all the Jewish traditions in order to be a Jew. However, we do have a tradition that Avraham practiced many, if not all, of the mitzvos, see the question here
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revised May I rely on the halachik leniency of others?
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revised Mayim Acharonim with a cup?
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answered Were the prophets and holy people who lived before Judah (Yehudah) also Jews?
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revised Which mitzvos exempt which mitzvos?
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comment Mayim Acharonim with a cup?
@HachamGabriel I misunderstood the quote you brought. It seems he holds that lechatchila it should be poured, although not necessarily through koach gavra.