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Jewish expressions taken from written or oral tradition.
Early Jewish works which were not included in the Biblical canon
used occasionally in Tanach, and is the primary language of the Talmud.
Forbidden Relationships mostly enumerated in Leviticus 18
R. Yitzchak Luria Ashkenazi, a sixteenth century kabbalist considered by many to be one of the foremost exponents of kabbalah.
the box containing the decalogue's tablets, in the Holy Temple of old; and the cabinet for Torah scrolls in modern synagogues
Questions about armed conflict and armed services.
For questions relating to Golems, androids, robots, creatures made with kabbalistic knowledge, and any other artificially created creatures.
Publisher of many popular Judaism books, especially in English or with English translations
Halachic work written in the style of the Shulchan Aruch by R' Yechiel Michel Epstein from Novardok.
R' Aryeh Leib HaCohen Heller (1745 – 1812) author of the Ketzos Hachoshen, Avnei Miluim, and Shev Shmaytsa
For questions relating to the Ten Commandments
The ten days from Rosh Hashanah through Yom Kippur, during which repentance (teshuvah) is a key theme.
Literally "Germany". Questions about the Jews of all the area that was once medieval Germany, more generally of all Catholic and Protestant (and some Eastern Orthodox) lands, and their laws and custom…
For questions that have to do with the belief that the stars influence / predict human events.
The study or observation of objects or phenomena outside the Earth, including the Sun, Moon, planets, and stars.
Questions regarding the authoritativeness, in Judaism, of an idea or its source.