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What does Judaism say about intermarriage?

Memorial for Danish Jews who perished during WW2

Hiring or asking someone to say Kaddish for your relative?

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

Is an adulterous spouse off-limits?

MUST a Jew have children?

What is permissible in satisfying one's spouse?

Halachic obligation for a Jew to move to Israel

Jewish view: Covenant Law leads to Good and Evil?

Report to police a crime by a Jew?

Obligation to care for aging parents.

Judaism & the Environment?

Parent's right to try to persuade?

Should I write about Jewish law on a sex worker's blog?

For inclusion purposes & Israeli citizenship, who is a Jew?

In overpayment situation, what is required?

Government limits?

Teaching children self esteem.

Grieving family after losing son to a drug overdose.

Can adulterers marry after proper divorce?

Stem Cell Research?

Intermarriage ==> problems or possibilities?

What is the Jewish position on an afterlife?

Baby Naming

Are we judged by G-d for our thoughts and fantasies?

Crossing a line when chating on the internet.

Obligation to Exercise?

Can we benefit from past atrocities and war crimes?

Respecting the Law of the Land?

What is the Jewish response to natural tragedy?
 
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