Dedication opportunities are available for episodes and series at Questions? Comments? 00:00 How do name changes work? 04:33 What are the differences between "mituvecha" and mituvah" and between "sim shalom" and...
04:33 What are the differences between "mituvecha" and mituvah" and between "sim shalom" and "shalom rav"?
16:43 Why are there so many machlokos in the Oral Torah if Moshe was told only one version by God?
24:15 Why is there so much anti-Israel sentiment?
28:56 If God could have made ultimate pleasure, why bother making us?
34:54 Is there any truth to the claim that the Pashto are of the Lost Tribes?
41:08 Is a one-state solution morally wrong?
47:00 What is the definition of Jewish music, and can that include rap?
51:13 Why should Ishmael be rewarded for prayer if those prayers are directed to an incorrect conception of God?
54:02 What is the meaning of the blessings to Ishmael?
57:23 Did the Generation of the Dispersion really think the Tower of Babel would work?
1:00:27 Is there a reason a trustworthy, disciplined man should get an Internet filter?
1:02:57 What is the importance of humility and how might one be humble?
1:07:55 What exactly is Neturei Karta?
1:19:05 How has this war changed the Haredi opinion on the state?
1:26:43 How much caution should one take to turn the faucet to the cold side on Shabbos?
1:28:51 Why would Avraham marry Hagar if he had prophetic visions of other offspring?
1:32:49 How can one tell who is a Yaakov Jew and who is an Avraham Jew?
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