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Lending with Interest

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Our entire existence is on loan from G-d. The question is, can we make the divine loan into a divine investment?
The Torah prohibits a Jew from borrowing, lending or being a party to a transaction that involves charging another Jew interest.
I could really use the extra cash, I was planning on offering an early-bird special: Customers can get a discount if they pay in advance . . .
"וידבר ה' אל משה בהר סיני... ושבתה הארץ שבת לה'... ובשנה השביעת שבת שבתון" “G‑d spoke to Moshe on Mount Sinai... the land shall observe a Shabbat rest for G‑d... the seventh year shall be a complete rest for the land.” (25:1-4) QUESTION: What is the conne...
The greatest form of charity
Lending money is the highest form of charity, far greater than giving handouts. A handout may preserve a life for a day, but a loan preserves that sense of self-sufficiency necessary to get back on your feet.
Ribis - the prohibition of lending money on interest; an in-depth look at what constitutes Ribis, how to get around it and its ramifications in our everyday business dealings.
Question: A good friend of mine loaned me some money from his line of credit, and now needs to pay interest on that amount. Can I pay him for that interest which he himself is paying to the bank, or is it forbidden to pay him more than the amount that he ...
Why does the Torah forbid lending money with interest? The "Culture of Dependency" created by many welfare states can provide some insight in this area...
This week's Torah reading speaks about the prohibition of lending money on interest. The problem with lending on interest is that the money has now passed on to the other party, yet I continue to receive benefit for the use of the money despite its no lon...
It is forbidden to demand interest on a loan
Leviticus 25:37 "You shall not give him your money for interest, nor may you give him your food for increase" Rachel and Avi were given spending money by their father when they went to visit the "Educational Toy Fair." After looking at the exhibits, Rache...
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