In that case, I think you would love this video:"Indisputable Proof That Moshe Rabbeinu was a Satmar Chassid":http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwbWv2oiuAsIt's a riot.
Raizy,Psst! Look here. :)The Wolf
Oh, my bad! That must be where I saw it first.
"In my experience, whenever someone says that something is not debatable, it often is extremely debatable."Unquestionably true.
There seems to be ,a clash between "whenever" which is 100% of the time, and "often", which might even be less than 50% of the time.
That's like the guy who calls a talk show and says, I'm not a racist, BUT..."
Off topic but going back to our (or at least mine) favorite part of the Jewish Press - letters to the editor: evolution edition "Torah Truth Vs. Scientific TheoriesThe moral quandary some people experience when science occasionally appears at odds with the Torah likely stems from science being viewed as "reason" and the Torah as "faith." These labels are misnomers, though.The Big Bang has been a theory of an expanding universe that's slowing down and will eventually collapse under gravity or just stop expanding, depending on its mass. Relatively recent discoveries that the universe's expansion was accelerating absolutely dumbfounded scientists. That is, a half-century of pat theories suddenly turned into a baffling mystery that turned fundamental theories of cosmology on its head.Theories about our planets were also "well understood" before space probes shot many of them down. Even our moon being a lifeless "dead rock" seemed to be a pretty solid theory until we found igneous moon rocks, signs of extreme thermal activity.On the other hand, the Torah makes statements like "every fish that has scales has fins," and "only four animals in the world either chew their cud or have split hooves" (that is, all other animals have both or neither). After thousands of years and the discovery of millions of species of fish and land creatures, not one of these or other Torahdeclarations has been disproved.Josh GreenbergerBrooklyn, NY"Someone quick send him all of R' Slifkin books, or at least the cliff notes version. It will bogel his mind!
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