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In overpayment situation, what is required?

Baby Naming

What if it looks non-kosher?

Government limits?

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

Jewish view: Covenant Law leads to Good and Evil?

Respecting the Law of the Land?

What is the Jewish response to natural tragedy?

Gun Control?

Does G-d trully create soul mates?

Who can follow a Mitzvah?

What is the Jewish view on organ transplants?

Right to privacy even for despicable things?

Agunah (chained woman) problem?

Teaching children self esteem.

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

Obligation to Exercise?

Memorial for Danish Jews who perished during WW2

14, Jewish, & Gay - now what?

How come dairy (taken from animals) can't touch meats?

MUST a Jew have children?

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

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

Does the Talmud carry the same authority as the Torah?

Mourners & Well-wishing during holidays in Judaism ?

Is an adulterous spouse off-limits?

What is the Jewish position on an afterlife?

Grieving family after losing son to a drug overdose.

How long is too long to date before engagement?

Jewish responses to lust?
 
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