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Derech Hamelech: I see what you did there. Cute. 🙂
ZachKessin: Do you mean audio lectures from scientists about the current forefront of discovery? Or do you mean tapes from rabbonim that discuss the implications of the latest discoveries?
On the ball: Maybe those beings were left by Hashem to use the Torah of Seichel, which is a kind of Torah? Or maybe they were given another guide by Hashem, which would still leave one and only Torah. Or maybe they never ‘fell’ from whatever Eden they were placed in initially? I don’t see how your kasha poses a problem, could you please elaborate? Thanks
Mdd: I’m glad you give convincing reasons for your desire to have threads closed. I wholeheartedly agree with your implied statement that the entirety of the forums should bend to your notion of what are and aren’t appropriate topics. Please continue to shower us with your timeless wisdom.
On the ball: That’s a good start, thanks. I posted after you but it was @ droid. Any other well thought out responses would be greatly appreciated. Thx
Not looking for cute pshetlach, buddy. I’m talking about the historical Amalek and the Torah’s injunction. Not Aggada or Midrashic layers about inner struggles vs. our yetzers.
If you read the question carefully, that’s not what I’m asking. How can we blot out its memory, whether they are all dead or alive, if the Torah, which is eternal, mentions Amalek in any capacity?
Keep the blind zeal to a minimum before you answer again please (e.g. KILL KILL KILL). It just might result in a more thought out response. Thanks
A general rule of thumb is this: If it’s a superstition, it’s not true. If it’s a superstition that chazal or the rishonim espouse, then it’s Torah MiSinai.
Ok – so it’s specific to beis din. That explains it. Thank you all kindly.