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Can Jews sing Gospel music?

Is a medical test that mixes human and animal cells okay?

Teaching children self esteem.

Baby Naming

Jewish responses to lust?

Memorial for Danish Jews who perished during WW2

Can you say Kaddish for someone not buried?

What roles can a non-Jew play in the Jewish community?

Halachic obligation for a Jew to move to Israel

Government limits?

Genetic testing to establish Jewishness?

Judaism & the Environment?

Hiring or asking someone to say Kaddish for your relative?

Intermarriage ==> problems or possibilities?

What does Judaism say about intermarriage?

14, Jewish, & Gay - now what?

Does G-d trully create soul mates?

Crossing a line when chating on the internet.

Obligation to Exercise?

Use/Abuse Homeless Guests in Synagogue for Publicity?

Agunah (chained woman) problem?

What is permissible in satisfying one's spouse?

Parent's right to try to persuade?

Level of personal honesty in a job interview?

Respecting the Law of the Land?

How long is too long to date before engagement?

Gun Control?

What do I do with suspected stolen goods I bought?

Obligation to care for aging parents.

Is Organ or Tissue Donation Okay for Jews?
 
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