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Is one obliged to inform a seller of the value of an item?

Teaching children self esteem.

Are some Jewish people not suited to marriage?

Safe Treatment of Animals

What if it looks non-kosher?

Does the Talmud carry the same authority as the Torah?

Is the State of Israel a central focus of the Judaism?

Judaism & the Environment?

Can we benefit from past atrocities and war crimes?

Can you say Kaddish for someone not buried?

What is the Jewish view on organ transplants?

Use/Abuse Homeless Guests in Synagogue for Publicity?

What does Judaism say about intermarriage?

Crossing a line when chating on the internet.

Is God a He? What gender do we use to reference God?

Resonsibility for a neighbor going through hard times?

Respecting the Law of the Land?

What do I do with suspected stolen goods I bought?

Can Jews sing Gospel music?

Sexual roles: is female domination okay?

Internet Infidelity?

Jewish responses to lust?

What is permissible in satisfying one's spouse?

What is the Jewish response to natural tragedy?

How do I measure whether I'm living up to what God expects?

Obligation to care for aging parents.

Intermarriage ==> problems or possibilities?

Hiring or asking someone to say Kaddish for your relative?

What is the Jewish position on an afterlife?

Should a Rabbi engage in political speech from the bima?
 
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