Rabbi Dr Yitzchak Breitowitz, of Ohr Somayach Jerusalem, discussing the most common questions about Judaism.
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0:00 – Why in the second paragraph of Shema do we not say “bechol meodecha”
3:25 – A Question on Maseches Brachos
8:27 – Why were Chassidim allowed to create a new nusach?
12:52 – If Hashem knows everything that will happen how do we have free choice?
20:28 – Could I borrow something without permission if I know my friend would let me?
24:17 – How did Ashkenazim become the majority over Sefardim?
27:47 – Why do people wait 6 hours between meat and milk?
33:41 – Rambam on Hashem’s knowledge and essence
34:49 – Liability for car accidents
39:31 – Is smoking permitted if you have to perserve your life, and can you smoke on Yom Tov?
47:33 – A question about the mishkan
48:57 – The Dairy industry, tzar baalei chayim, dairy kashrus
56:15 – Are we supposed to literally be “marbim besimcha” during Adar?
59:04 – When Rabbi Akiva said “zeh klal baTorah” does klal mean THE klal or A klal? Definition of klal.
01:01:54 – Why don’t we learn kaballah?
01:09:40 – A question on Chassidus, Kaballah, the sources of Sifrei Chassidus
01:17:20 – A question on the story of Acher
01:21:50 – Why do we not do kiddush at the third Shabbos meal
01:25:53 – What should a person work on to be ready for marriage?
01:28:50 – Drinking alcohol on Purim
01:32:27 – What areas of Torah are most appropriate to learn in preparation for marriage?
01:33:47 – Olives and memory? The Gemara in Horiyos
01:35:40 – Can we say tachanun during kriyas haTorah?
(Produced by: CedarStudios Podcasting 2020)