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Is Hanukkah Holy?

Sukkahs in the Wind

Do My Kids Really Need Their OWN Lulav and Esrog?

When to NOT Ask for Forgiveness

A Striving Grounded in Reality

Tisha B’Av – Aseh Lecha Rav

Accepting the Mitzvot as a Convert: Does it Matter What You’re Really Thinking?

Accidentally Mentioning the Day of the Omer

Establishing Halakhic Marriage Norms in the New State

Don’t Talk While You’re Eating?

Mishloah Manot, Cultivating Friendship, and the Absence of a Brakha

Hebrew: May Young Men Give Physical Assistance To Young Women With Physical Disabilities?

Disability Right

May Young Men Give Physical Assistance To Young Women With Physical Disabilities?

Abortion in Halakha: A Study Guide

Tu B’Shevat and Creative Destruction

Iggros Moshe A to Z: H is for Halakhic Methodology

Iggros Moshe A to Z: G is for Gender

Iggros Moshe A to Z: F is for Fertility

Iggros Moshe A to Z: D is for Denominations

Iggros Moshe A to Z: E is for Education

Lighting Hanukkah Candles with Electric Lights: A Teshuvah from Rav Yaakov Moshe Toledano

Iggros Moshe A to Z: C is for Conversion

Iggros Moshe A to Z: B is for Birth Control

Iggros Moshe A to Z: A is for America

How Soon Must I Build My Sukkah: A Teshuva by The Avnei Nezer

May One Who Eats on Yom Kippur Due to Medical Needs Serve as a Shaliach Tzibbur? A Teshuvah from Rav Asher Weiss

Hearing Shofar Over A Loudspeaker or on a Radio: A Teshuvah from Rav Ben-Zion Uziel

Fasting for Pregnant and Nursing Women – a teshuvah by Rabbi Nahum Rabbinovitch

May the Humra Di’R. Zeira be Relaxed in Cases of Halakhic Infertility?

Rema’s Understanding of Reheating Liquid Foods on Shabbat

Is There Anything I May Do on Shabbat to Prepare for Yom Tov?

Rachel’s Cry: Single Women and Pru U’rvu

Rachel’s Cry: Single Women and Pru U’rvu (Hebrew)

Midnight Approaches and I haven’t Eaten the Afikomen

May A Single Man Fulfill The Mitzvah Of Pru U’rvu (procreation)?

May A Single Man Fulfill The Mitzvah Of Pru U’rvu (procreation)? (Hebrew)

Reading the Megillah in English

Urban Living: Where to Light Your Menorah

Is There a Bracha for Sukkah Hopping?

Not Wearing Shoes Doesn’t Mean Going Barefoot

The Prayers of Small Gestures

Women, Minyan and Tzibbur for Tefillah and Selihot

Women Leading Selihot- A Response to Rabbi Dov Linzer

Solar Eclipse: To Bless or Not to Bless

Being In A House With Hametz

Eating the Placenta: A Halakhic Option?

May a Woman Recite Birkat Eirusin?

Davening Mincha After Lighting Shabbat Candles

Halakha and Electric Shavers

Can A Woman Be A Sandak?

Further on Waiting Times After Eating Parmesan Pizza

Is Swimming for Pleasure Permitted on Shabbat?

Meat After Parmesan On Pizza

Composting Within An Eruv

If Only Michelangelo Had Studied Halakha…

Women Leading Selichot: A Response to Rabbi Ysoscher Katz

May a Woman Lead Selichot and the Recital of God’s Thirteen Attributes of Mercy? (English)

May a Woman Lead Selichot and the Recital of God’s 13 Principles of Mercy? A Response to Rabbi Dov Linzer in Hebrew

Women and Kriyat HaTorah: A Response from Rabbi Aryeh Klapper

Further on Women and Kri’at HaTorah: A Response to Rabbi Aryeh Klapper

Women and Kri’at Hatorah: Response to Rav Yoni Rosensweig

Women and Kri’at HaTorah: A Response from Rav Yoni Rosensweig

P’sak Halakhah and Women’s Voices

The Discourse of Halakhic Inclusiveness

Beit Din’s Presence in the Mikveh room for Conversion: A Case Study in Rav Ovadya Yosef’s Citation of Sources

Review of Equality Lost

The Status of a Non-Believer Regarding Wine and Other Matters: Part 5 -Different Types of Heresy and Applications for Today

The Status of a Non-Believer Regarding Wine and Other Matters: Part 4 – Status of One Who Does Not Believe, Understanding Rambam

The Status of a Non-Believer Regarding Wine and Other Matters: Part 3 – Status of One Who Does Not Believe, in Gemara and Rambam

The Status of a Non-Believer Regarding Wine and Other Matters: Part 2 – Status of a Shabbat Violator, Historical Development and Conclusion

The Status of a Non-Believer Regarding Wine and Other Matters: Part 1 – Status of a Shabbos Violator in Rishonim and Poskim

Book Review: Be’einei Elohim Ve’Adam: Biblical Criticism and the Person of Faith

Tza’ar Ba’alei Chaim: A Case Study in Halakha and Values

Warming Tray on Shabbat

Saying Al Ha’Nissim on Yom Ha’atzmaut

Buying Non-Kosher Food

Breastfeeding and Showing Affection in Shul

The Parameters of Rabbinic Participation in Conversions

Partnership Minyanim: A Preliminary Response to R. Hershel Schachter

Yichud in a Shul

Snow for Tvillat Keilim

Snow on Shabbat

Roast Marinated in Wine

Public Displays of Affection

U’vda D’chol on Shabbat

Mikveh During Aveilut

May a Woman Lead Selichot?

Harchakot During Aveilut

May One Take Down a Sukkah on Chol HaMoed in Anticipation of Hurricane Joaquin?

Women and Kriyat HaTorah

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