Ep. 406: How Do We Address and Deal With Transgender Issues?
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Dedicated by Pinchas Todros ben Miriam and Sarah bas Rochel Althaus
- Chassidus Applied to Shelach
- Why did Moshe send scouts?
- What mistake did the scouts make and what can we learn from it?
- Why were scouts sent if G-d promised us he would give us the land?
- Are we supposed to rely on G-d or on our own resources?
- Who were the maapilim? Why were they punished for taking the initiative and trying to enter Israel?
- What are the Rebbe’s directives for the summer?
- How important is it to be with friends when going on shlichus to another Yeshiva?
- How do we address and deal with transgender issues?
- Are there only two genders according to the Torah?
- Why do we get offended when a person identifies as gender neutral – after all, isn’t G-d not defined by a particular gender?
- Does the Torah recognize and permit gender change surgery?
- Should we be taking a stance or fighting the latest trends embracing transgenderism?
- What are your thoughts on the What is a Woman documentary by Matt Walsh?
- Follow-up: Is it appropriate for schools to have their students solicit for a fundraising campaign?
- Chassidus question: What is the reshimo? How can we apply it to life?
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