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Obsessed with Money?

Does Judaism demand too much of those with differences?

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

Kosher options on the road?

How long one should date before getting married?

In overpayment situation, what is required?

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

Can beauty & charm be forces for good in Judaism?

What is the Jewish response to natural tragedy?

Sexual roles: is female domination okay?

Judaism & the Environment?

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

Use/Abuse Homeless Guests in Synagogue for Publicity?

Jewish responses to lust?

How long is too long to date before engagement?

Intermarriage ==> problems or possibilities?

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

Is Organ or Tissue Donation Okay for Jews?

Jewish views on genetic selection for children?

Teaching children self esteem.

What do I do with suspected stolen goods I bought?

Right to privacy even for despicable things?

Mourners & Well-wishing during holidays in Judaism ?

Genetic testing to establish Jewishness?

Are some Jewish people not suited to marriage?

Gun Control?

Stem Cell Research?

Government limits?

Obligation to care for aging parents.

Respecting the Law of the Land?
 
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