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Mourners & Well-wishing during holidays in Judaism ?

Resonsibility for a neighbor going through hard times?

Obligation to Exercise?

Kosher options on the road?

Can Jews sing Gospel music?

Intermarriage ==> problems or possibilities?

Teaching children self esteem.

Jewish views on genetic selection for children?

Are some Jewish people not suited to marriage?

Obligation to care for aging parents.

14, Jewish, & Gay - now what?

Can we benefit from past atrocities and war crimes?

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

Can beauty & charm be forces for good in Judaism?

Mean to a sibling? How do I know when I am?

Stem Cell Research?

What do I do with suspected stolen goods I bought?

Respecting the Law of the Land?

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

Can adulterers marry after proper divorce?

Gun Control?

Agunah (chained woman) problem?

Is an adulterous spouse off-limits?

Are there any parts of a kosher bird that are not kosher?

Grieving family after losing son to a drug overdose.

Can you say Kaddish for someone not buried?

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

Can Israel be both a democracy and a Jewish state?

Judaism & the Environment?

Hiring or asking someone to say Kaddish for your relative?
 
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