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I could really use the extra cash, I was planning on offering an early-bird special: Customers can get a discount if they pay in advance . . .
Will we be using laser cutters and cranes, or will be using the Iron Age techniques of the first two Temples?
Do you believe someone can be in a relationship with a person who has differing religious beliefs or even no beliefs at all?
If G‑d does not want slavery, if He regards it as an affront to the human condition, why did He not abolish it immediately? Why did He allow it to continue, albeit in a restricted and regulated way?
On the face of it, the connection between our festivals and the seasons they are in is tenuous. The festivals celebrate miraculous events, while the seasons during which they fall appear to be coincidental.
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G‑d is not understandable. But G‑d ponders Himself. And this mode of pondering Himself He gave to us, dressed in many stories and rituals and ways of life. Dressed in those clothes, we...
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