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Why don't Jews accept Our Lord and Savior? [closed]

Why don't Jews believe the Messiah has come? It's clear from all the Scriptures that He has come! We should all believe in Him! As it is written (Isaiah 53) But he was wounded for our ...
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PTIJ: Mordechai mourning [closed]

When Mordechai hears of the plot against the Jewish people, he displays his sadness by appearing בִּלְב֥וּשׁ שָֽׂק, bilvush sock Esther 4:2. What is the halachic source that appearing with a sock ...
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PTIJ: Should I kill my computer after installing software? [closed]

Shemot 22:17 says that a wizard should not live. When I buy a new computer or if I've inherited a computer and I install new software, it frequently involves a wizard to set it up or install it. What ...
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6answers
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PTIJ: Two apostates in your Mishloach Manot? [closed]

I've heard many people talking about making sure you include two מינים, apostates, in your Mishloach Manot gifts on Purim. Why is it important to include two apostates in your gifts to friends, and ...
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1answer
570 views

Can Purim Torah be heretical?

How far can one go with Purim Torah? Can one descend into heresy, so long as it is known that one is not serious?
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PTIJ: OTD Documentaries [closed]

Would a person be permitted to see the new OTD documentary Locked in the Temple? Here is an article I found on it: "Locked in the Temple" tells the story of Melanie Hirsch, an OTD from the ...
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2answers
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PTIJ: Why are notable rabbis called “Moron D'asara”? [closed]

Frequently I have heard people refer to a community or their shul rabbi as a "moron d'asarah" which sounds like it means "the moron of the ten". I guess I can understand the reference to "ten". Maybe ...
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1answer
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Was the universe created with English? [closed]

לזאת יקרא אשה, כי מאיש לוקחה זאת - מכאן שניתנה התורה בלשון הקודש. רבי פנחס ורבי חלקיה בשם רבי סימון אמרי: כשם שניתנה תורה בלשון הקודש, כך נברא העולם בלשון הקודש, שמעת מימיך אומר גיני גיניא?! אנתרופי ...
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1answer
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Origin of משלוח מנות [closed]

In which part of the Persian Kingdom did the concept of משלוח מנות originate? This question is Purim Torah and is not intended to be taken completely seriously. See the Purim Torah policy.
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which Divrei Minus are forbidden to read/hear today?

The Talmud in (Avodah Zara 16b–17a) brings that Rabbi Eliezer was upset that he had been accused by the Romans. His student, Rabbi Akiva suggested that perhaps he had heard a teaching of the minim and ...