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James James says:
question about jewish thought and books?
what is confusing me is on one hand you have to accept the word of god as what is written but free thinking is encouraged, am i correct in saying that you can ask questions and have your own opinion as long as you don't write of have your own...
Stephlet says:
Oh my, what a complicated question. I won't even try to fully answer. If you want reliable answers, you should go here: http://www.jewishanswers.com/ Well educated rabbis are waiting to answer your...

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