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name of God printed in a way that may not be erased

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The Meforshim on the Mishna at the bottom of Yoma 35b discuss it. IIRC it's the Ritva who says that when we quote a Pasuk we say the Real Name as mentioned in the Pasuk, but when we tell a story we s …
answered Dec 16 '13 by Danny Schoemann
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The Gemara in Pesachim 50a brings a verse that Hashem's name is not pronounced the way it is written. ר' אבינא רמי כתיב {שמות ג-טו} "זה שמי לעלם וזה זכרי לדור דור". ‏ אמר הקב''ה: לא כשאני נכתב א …
answered Nov 15 '15 by Danny Schoemann
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Jews understand the 3rd commandment to mean: refrain from mentioning Gcd's name in vain. The only time Jews actually pronounce Gcd's names are: When praying When making an oath in a Jewish court o …
answered May 20 '14 by Danny Schoemann
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It appears from the Gemara in Shabbat 116a that a Kosher Sefer Torah that has faded and less than 85 letters are legible no longer has the status of a Sefer Torah. ת''ש ס''ת שנמחק אם יש בו ללקט …
answered Apr 14 '15 by Danny Schoemann
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As Ezra already commented you shouldn't be "mindlessly doodling psukim". See the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch in 23:13 - סימן כח - הלכות ספר תורה ושאר ספרי קדש - who says that it's forbidden to write a ver …
answered Oct 4 '18 by Danny Schoemann
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The name Elohim is not used uniquely for Gcd. In the Bible it sometimes refers to judges. Other times - Bnei Elohim - it refers to angels or special people. Seems like it's becoming a popular name, …
answered May 1 '18 by Danny Schoemann
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You asked: Is there any basis in halacha or firmly established minhag for this, or is it merely a personal quirk of a few people? According to Rav שמואל פנחס גלברד it's a Minhag originating in A …
answered Feb 14 '18 by Danny Schoemann