Ep. 410: How Should We React to New Astronomical Discoveries?
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- Chassidus Applied to 17 Tammuz Nidche
- What does this day teach us?
- What can we learn from the nidche?
- If Judaism doesn’t believe in collective punishment, why do we fast and do teshuva for the sins of our fathers?
- How are the Three Weeks relevant today?
- Chassidus Applied to Pinchas
- Why was Pinchas granted the covenant of peace for his act of zealousness?
- Why did G-d wait until the daughters of Tzelofchad complained about not having an inheritance before writing new inheritance laws into the Torah for them?
- How should we react to new astronomical discoveries?
- How large is the universe according to the Torah?
- Why did G-d create the multitude of galaxies? Doesn’t this render the Earth as nothing but a puff of a speck in the universe without much importance?
- Do these findings prove that the universe is billions of years old?
- Can we go on a hunger strike until G-d sends us Moshiach?
- What can I do about my addiction to TV?
- What was the Rebbe’s intention in printing Tanyas in every possible location?
- Chassidus question: How does Chassidus explain the Three Weeks?
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