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Ritual Purity


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What is Chabad-Lubavitch? What is a Chabad House? What is Chassidism? Is Chabad "Ultra-Orthodox?" --> What is Chabad-Lubavitch? Chabad-Lubavitch is a major movement within mainstream Jewish tradition with its roots in the Chassidic movement of...
“Ritually pure”—what, exactly, is that? What properties does a ritually pure sample of olive oil have that the others don’t?
Chabad's public image adapts to the times, but what singular core teaching serves as the basis for diverse activities such as meditation, underground schools, and public menorahs?
A person may choose to "play it safe" and avoid anything touched by controversy, risk, or the possibility of failure; or he can chose the liquid life
In Judaism, spiritual purity is a desirable factor. This has nothing to do with hygiene and personal cleanliness; it is a spiritual state called taharah—what we will call “purity.” The opposite of taharah is tumah, which we call “impurity.” But the truth...
Moses was baffled when G‑d described for him the impurity contracted through contact with a corpse. Why?
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