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While not precisely the same case, I believe this is included in this halacha (O.C. 268:6): הטועה בתפל' שבת והחליף של זו בזו אינו חוזר One who makes a mistake in the Shabbos prayers and switches one for the other (e.g. shacharis for mincha), he does not go back. The Mishna Brura there (14) explains: (יד) אינו חוזר - שעיקר ברכה רביעית היא רצה ...


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I don’t have the sources in front of me, so I hope I am accurate. To my understanding there are basically two approaches. That of the Kabbalists and that of the rationalists. The Kabbalist (see Nefesh Hachaim most of shaar bes) looks at tefila not as a mechanism for “changing G-d’s Mind”, but rather as more of an act that sets certain machinery and ...


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According to the Rambam, G-d does not change. This means that G-d never spoke to anyone. The Rambam writes in the first chapter of his Mishneh Torah that G-d created nature, a divine creation, and Moshe copied the governing rules of nature and produced the Torah, which is certainly divine. Now that we understand that G-d is immutable, we can try to ...


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According to the Rambam, G-d does not change. This means that G-d never spoke to anyone. The Rambam writes in the first chapter of his Mishneh Torah that G-d created nature, a divine creation, and Moshe copied the governing rules of nature and produced the Torah, which is certainly divine. Now that we understand that G-d is immutable, we can try to ...


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Eruvin 65a א"ר חנינא כל המתפתה ביינו יש בו מדעת קונו שנאמר (בראשית ח, כא) "וירח ה' את ריח הניחוח וגו'" ‏ Tora and Gemara use a lot of expressions showing that G.d changes his opinion, as the above citation shows. There are paradoxes regarding daat hashem. We are limited and created. We see such things as paradoxes. What is a paradoxe, something that ...


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https://www.sefaria.org/Pirkei_Avot.6.6?lang=bi The Mishna in Avos 6:6 says שֶׁכָּל הָאוֹמֵר דָּבָר בְּשֵׁם אוֹמְרוֹ מֵבִיא גְאֻלָּה לָעוֹלָם I have seen in the sefer לקוטי בתר לקוטי אבות חלק ב (circa 1951) (hebrewbooks.org only has the first part https://www.hebrewbooks.org/4120 if anyone can find it and provide the exact lashon would be appreciated )...


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