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Nov
20
comment What is “חצות האמצעי”?
Great answer! Is there a halachic source for this?
Nov
20
revised Hebrew Grammar: How did Nif'al end up as the passive/reflexive of pa'al?
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Nov
20
revised Good inclination or evil inclination in the womb?
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Nov
20
asked What is “חצות האמצעי”?
Nov
20
revised Why does Rashi say “I don't know”?
Tried to provide more information in the title. If you can come up with something better.....
Nov
20
revised Kiddush between 6 and 7 o'clock - Which clock?
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Nov
20
revised Kiddush between 6 and 7 o'clock - Which clock?
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Nov
20
comment Why did Eisav say “red” twice?
You could just write breishis 6:14 or whatever the pasuk actually is. A link helps a lot, but a source is close to mandatory. :-)
Nov
20
comment Why did Eisav say “red” twice?
Perhaps add a source/link to make it easier for others to find an answer. This could help on all of your recent questions.
Nov
20
asked Kiddush between 6 and 7 o'clock - Which clock?
Nov
20
revised When did David Hamelech become king?
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Nov
20
revised Why do we bow down in the direction of the ark?
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Nov
17
revised Navi will be annulled when Moshiach comes?
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Nov
17
comment The return for Beis Sheini (or lack thereof)
I'm pretty sure that the mitzvah of going to Yerushalayim for the shalosh regalim only applies to residents of Eretz Yisroel.
Nov
17
revised When did David Hamelech become king?
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Nov
17
revised When did David Hamelech become king?
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Nov
16
asked When did David Hamelech become king?
Nov
16
comment Reconciling the evidence for the Uncertainty Principle with belief in an omniscient G-d
@jake The fact about the Aron is, as far as I can tell, a logical impossibility. It took up space, and, at the same time, it did not take up space. That is illogical. This is how the Lubavitcher Rebbe (in the above letter) learns it as well.
Nov
16
comment Reconciling the evidence for the Uncertainty Principle with belief in an omniscient G-d
@jake, Many do think that limiting G-d to logic would mean He is not infinite. I'm getting closer to an finding a primary source. Here is a letter from the Lubavitcher Rebbe who says that "גדולי הראשונים" held that G-d is not limited even to logic. The Rebbe brings a Rashba (which is incredibly long and I don't know if I'll be able to get through it), and a Tzemach Tzedek, which I'm looking for.
Nov
16
comment Is Christianity Avodah Zara?
@JimThio Sefirot are not G-d.