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There is Quora.com in which you can search for the subject you are interested in or follow the tags Jewish Theology and Philosophy and Judaism to ask questions and getting answers. Many of them are too broad for the scope of these topics, but some q&a are good though.


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I am guessing that you are interested in learning to sing other parts of the Tanach that are not usually read and therefore not found in a typical Tikkun. I would recommend carefully cutting post-it notes into strips, and covering above and below the letters. You could just read it that way, or you could make a photocopy if the post-its get too messy to ...


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You can buy it The Art of Crafting the Shechitah Knife and Stone and a translation of Simla Chadasha both by R Loike on Lulu.


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You can access the first 150 pages for free on the Otzar HaChochmah site here and then obviously pay for the privilege to view it further. I hope that helps!


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There is a fantastic two-volume series written by Rabbi Avigdor Frankenhuis and produced by the Targum Press called 'למדני חקיך: Clarifying Fundamental Topics in Shas' available here The blurb reads as follows: A new, groundbreaking work, The Lamdeini Chukecha series presents fundamental topics in Shas in an easy-to-understand fashion, along with clear ...


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