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There is a man, not an am ha'aretz by any means nor a Tinok Shenishba who has become an Apikores by any definition. He is not evangelical about his unbelief and is observant. He does not publicly violate the Sabbath, but has privately expressed doubt to others regarding belief in God and other fundamentals of Judaism.

How such a man is to be treated in Halacha, e.g., what is the status of wine he touches?

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  • Welcome to MiYodeya Yiddishe Yid and thanks for this first question. Can I recommend you take the tour to get a sense of how the site works? Great to have you learn with us!
    – mbloch
    Sep 14 '19 at 16:45
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    Just to clarify what's being asked: the man in question theoretically davens with the congregation 3 times a day, studies the Torah and does not publicly violate the Sabbath, but has privately expressed doubt regarding the existence of G-d, the divine origin of the Torah, or similar matters?
    – Josh K
    Sep 15 '19 at 0:23
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    Josh K - I can't find the other five parts. The first part was very good can you please send the other links. Sep 15 '19 at 1:54
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    @YiddisheYid when someone asks for clarification to your question, it is highly recommended to edit your clarifications directly into the question. I allowed myself to do so but you can further edit as required. Thanks
    – mbloch
    Sep 15 '19 at 5:17
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    relevant: Wine made/handled by non-religious Jews
    – mbloch
    Sep 15 '19 at 5:38

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