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From Moshe to Moshe... no one greater?

On the Hidabroot website the following answer is brought in the name of the Chid"a (tried looking it up on Hebrewbooks, but couldn't locate it): כ"כ עוד החיד"א זצ"ל בספרו שם ...
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From Moshe to Moshe... no one greater?

I thought it said From Moshe to Moshe no one will rise like Moshe, meaning after the Rambams death no one be become as great as him. That qoute was said by my rebbe on Rav Moshe Feinstien hefsed, and ...
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According to the Halakhah, is marriage forbidden between Israelites and Noahides (that is, "the righteous among the Gentiles")?

One only becomes a Jew by tevillah for a woman, and tevillah and milah for a man (with a valid beis din, obviously). As a Noachide you recognize and serve the one creator of the entire universe, ...
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According to the Halakhah, is marriage forbidden between Israelites and Noahides (that is, "the righteous among the Gentiles")?

The specific commandment found in Deuteronomy 7:3 to "not give your daughters to their [gentile] sons, or have your sons take their [gentile] daughter for your son" is pretty clear cut. This ...
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Did Rambam explain why and how he got so influenced by Aristotle?

Although the Rambam was clearly well versed in the ideas of Aristotle, and he even quotes him by name sometimes, he surely wouldn't have "adopted them into Judaism" if he didn't think it was ...
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Was the Rambam successful?

The Kesef Mishna already wrote in his hakdama that if you don't know the appropriate seder of shas before learning those sefarim of the Rambam then you simply won't understand what he's saying. So it ...
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Question on this Rambam

You're killing the girl, not as a punishment to the girl. But rather, because through her a jew stumbled in sin. Just like you kill an animal that a jew lived with.
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How do we know the Rambam is so exact?

This approach, which sees the Rambam as having been precise, systematic and rigorous, in his restatement of the halakhah in the Mishneh Torah, has roots way further than Brisk or the other ...
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