New answers tagged

0

I would approach from an answer from a moral philosophy perspective based on fact patterns that could substantiate theoretically moral wrong which gives me the cue that, in fact, certain states of mind (thoughts) could arguably deemed sins from a stand point of religion: In general a thought directed to committing a crime and knowing that a crime would be ...


6

Rabbeinu Tam seems to be the one who holds that a full, non-conditional, divorce was given before going out to war. Tosfos in Kesubos 9B explains that even so it was done in secret so that people would not marry them in the meantime and then they would be unable to marry again when they return. וניחא לפירוש זה הא דאמרינן בפרק הזהב (ב"מ נט. ושם) נוח לו ...


-3

I don't believe it's inherently sinful to watch a naked woman. But I am drawing a distinct difference between sin and forbidden by halakhah. Halakha forbids a man from even walking by the door of a prostitute or a promiscuous woman, but if he did walk by I doubt God would mark that as a sin against him. But walking past the door is halakhically forbidden ...


Top 50 recent answers are included