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12:01 AM
@TRiG Entirely.
 
@HodofHod Interesting
 
helo
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@TRiG Additionally, the idea that a "virgin birth" is a good proof of the accuracy of a prophecy or the proof of its fulfillment, is kind of funny. Because not only is it impossible to prove, it's also perhaps the single most likely proof to be suspect to those who hear it.
@user44517 Hi!
 
ha thanks
its nice to see jewish here :)
 
@user44517 As the saying goes: "It's nice to be seen" :D
 
12:07 AM
haha sorry my english
yep
 
Out of curiosity, what brings you here?
 
just wanna know you all
well is it okay?
 
Of course! Unfortunately, our chat room is not the most active, and right now it looks like only one other person is active here.
 
yea i see :p
uh, but actually i am a muslims ,
just wanna ask, why are you people think about muslim?
opps *not why, what
actually my i have a budhism ffriends, christian friends, but i dont know about judaism friends
:\ it looks like no one response
oh damn i am crying :(
T_T
 
There are many Jews in the world, and I can't pretend to speak for all of them.
 
12:15 AM
oh cmon,
oh ok
:)
in judaiism , is there a rule to married with muslims?
@HodofHod or is it forbidden?
 
As far as I am concerned, I try not to draw conclusions about huge groups of people. There are far more Muslims in the world than Jews, and many different kinds and opinions among them.
 
ok i will not saying about jews, but judaism.
 
@user44517 Judaism does not permit Jews to marry non-Jews in general. This is stated in the Torah, in Devarim 7:3
 
oh . . . so how hot judaism girl is, they wont attract to me :(
:p
but whatever
 
As far as I know, there are eligible non-Jews as well. At least that's what they tell me ;)
 
12:23 AM
haha ok , err may i discuss a little further?
 
Sure.
 
are u busy ?, i am afraid i bother u
ok, umhh . . . . what ritual judaism doing when they are in synagog?
 
@user44517 There are many! Usually, it's prayer and reading of the Torah. Many synagogues also double as places for Jews to study Jewish law and thought.
 
is there same with christ?
 
I don't understand your question.
 
12:26 AM
christ is reading a bible, ask hope to priests
muslim where in mosque is shalat, movement with reading some word
err whatever . :p
sorry my mind twisted
 
I'm still confused. Do you mean Christians?
 
ah yeah
sorry i am not native english speaker , pardon me if it confusing
ya i mean christian
 
I honestly am not very familiar with Christian practice. There is a Christianity site you could try
 
oh ok
no i am just still curious in this, christian is familiar for me, many people here are christian
 
Perhaps there, but not here. ;)
 
12:30 AM
hmmm :\
ok last 2 question
1. if you have a muslim / christian friends will u accept?
2. if someone who call himself judaism but not in jewish race, is he accepted as jewish?
 
@user44517 I do have Christian friends. There are not many Muslims where I am from, so I don't know know many :(
 
ok
 
@user44517 There is no Jewish race! :) There are white Jews, black Jews, Arab Jews, Chinese Jews, and many others. Race means nothing to Judaism.
Never has, either.
 
oh ok.
i just confused
 
No problem. :)
I hope you're a little less confused now, though.
 
12:36 AM
yeah, i ask directly to jewish person so i wont wrong
so i wont confused anymore
@HodofHod so that mean, people who has judaism as religion, called a jewish isnt it?
@HodofHod well thank u for chat. :) thank u once again, its nice to know someone
 
@user44517 It's a little more complicated. Not all Jews believe in Judaism. The Jewish law is that anyone who is born to a Jewish mother, OR converts to Judaism, is Jewish. Even if they don't practice Judaism, or even believe in God, Jewish law considers them Jewish.
Also, many non-religious Jews consider themselves Jews because it is the culture they were brought up with.
@user44517 My pleasure.
 
 
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2:21 AM
 
3:01 AM
@hichris123 I wasn't aware of that (I haven't yet been that offensive). That pretty much addresses my issue. Thanks! — YEZ 7 mins ago
@YEZ I really doubt you'd be in a position to know that first-hand. :-)
 
YEZ
3:18 AM
@MonicaCellio I once got pretty snooty on EL&U but all I got was one downvote.
@HodofHod Coming in 3 hours later - well played.
 
@YEZ snooty is different from offensive, though. :-)
 
@YEZ Thanks :) (Anything in particular?)
 
YEZ
@HodofHod patience, cordiality, and directness.
 
Thanks :). To be honest, I'm not sure how much of the language barrier we managed to overcome, and I hope he understood most of what I wrote.
 
YEZ
@HodofHod Yeah, I caught that a little bit. He seemed to have walked away happy, though.
 
 
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1:56 PM
Do we care a lot about psak-seeking questions in areas that don't matter that much?
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Q: How Much Pesukei D'Zimrah is Customary for a Non-Minyan?

Yochanan MichaelIn attempting to gradually learn the traditional siddur I have slowly been increasing the amount I pray from the Pesukei D'Zimrah every few days with the belief that eventually I should pray the whole section each day. However, seeing as it is exceptionally long, I have to wonder if I am correct ...

 
 
3 hours later…
4:26 PM
@Shokhet I don't see that as a psak seeking question. It is asking about common practice.
@Shokhet, By the way, when you hit 2,000 rep and stop getting the reputation motivation for editing, Mi Yodea is going to lose a very good copy editor.
 
 
1 hour later…
YEZ
5:34 PM
If I have a user-removal reputation change, is there any way to see what user it was?
@Yishai maybe he's badge-motivated
 
@Yishai Re-read the question....he starts with what he's doing now, and he wants to know what he should do next.
@Yishai LOL .....you think +2 rep is such a big motivation?
@YEZ If you could get privileges with badges, then maybe :P
@YEZ I also got a user removal change.....which users were removed recently?
 
 
1 hour later…
YEZ
7:05 PM
@Shokhet That's what I'm curious to find out. I'm not such a talented detective, though. If we combine our research...
 
7:21 PM
@Shokhet I don't see that in the question or title, and @msh210 didn't see it either. I don't even know how you read that into the question (although given his accepted answer, it seems like that is where he was going).
@Shokhet I hope not ...
@Shokhet I agree, I completely ignore badges. Privileges are interesting (although I have been to the other side on Stack Overflow - not really that interesting).
 
YEZ
@Yishai I'm all about badges. I wear them with pride!
 
8:01 PM
@YEZ Speaking of badges, I just got my first gold badge -- the one we talked about a while ago (finally voted on 600 questions ;)
 

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