Mar
29
comment Why does God have Moshe use a name the Israelites won't know?
Second, it might help to clarify that, if I understand your question correctly, you're not interested in what the names mean, but why an unfamiliar name was chosen for Moshe's mission; that is, unless something in the meaning explains why these names were (not/)employed in this way.
Mar
29
comment Why does God have Moshe use a name the Israelites won't know?
Josh, first of all, welcome to Mi Yodeya! I hope you find an answer that satisfies your question, and that you find the site interesting and useful, and that you stick around.
Mar
26
comment Can you buy a beggar non-Kosher food, or chometz on Pesach?
Mitzvoth are not a benefit, but I believe Tzedakah may be different.
Mar
26
comment Can you buy a beggar non-Kosher food, or chometz on Pesach?
@Daniel, I think this is a point of dispute.
Mar
26
answered Can you buy a beggar non-Kosher food, or chometz on Pesach?
Mar
25
asked What was the nature of the tax of 32 people?
Mar
25
comment Are milchigs forbidden on Yom Tov? What about Shavuos?
Better, thanks. I was too tired to try to wrap my head around what you might be getting at, so I just said it seemed backwards, because I didn't want to make a definitive edit or correction.
Mar
25
answered Other Major Jewish Books Whose Authorship is in Dispute beside the Zohar
Mar
24
comment If a glass of wine improves after five minutes, should you say HaTov VeHaMetiv?
I assume the answer is no, since it's the same wine/bottle, but I'm curious if anyone has dealt with this question seriously.
Mar
24
asked If a glass of wine improves after five minutes, should you say HaTov VeHaMetiv?
Mar
24
comment Does anyone have a suggestion for a good book on dikduk?
Not sure a Dikduk of Biblical Hebrew (if that's what you're looking for) will help much with Talmud study.
Mar
24
comment How should one respond after each plague is named during the seder?
Nice. I should add that, in the Tunisian video posted in the question, it sounds like they are saying HaShem MaTzileinu - HaShem guards over us.
Mar
24
revised The Passover and Yeast
added 38 characters in body
Mar
23
comment Are milchigs forbidden on Yom Tov? What about Shavuos?
I mean, what prohibition against fleishigs?
Mar
23
comment Are milchigs forbidden on Yom Tov? What about Shavuos?
@sah I dunno. I am having trouble understanding it, and maybe it's the way my brain is trying to unpack it, but it seems...backwards.
Mar
20
comment "Roasted on fire" does not equal "oven roast". Why no "oven roast" for Seder?
Not sure your title matches the body of the question.
Mar
20
comment Are milchigs forbidden on Yom Tov? What about Shavuos?
Also, I have a problem understanding some of your (not the quoted) bullet points. "•How severe is the prohibition considered -- or is it more of a "coincidence"? (That is, for example, if one were allowed to eat before kiddush, would it be OK to have some milchigs for breakfast?) Is the prohibition against eating fleishigs per se -- or against, as it were, not eating milk?" and also "•Do the same people consider milchigs an assur for Shabbos, too?" The first seems backwards, and the second seems like a separate question.
Mar
20
comment Are milchigs forbidden on Yom Tov? What about Shavuos?
How is this not already a dupe?
Mar
19
comment Can a parent "victim" forgive a child due the death penalty?
Sorry, witness suppression.
Mar
19
comment Can a parent "victim" forgive a child due the death penalty?
Is witness tampering not prohibited?
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