What About The Pot? ‘Fish That Was Served On A [Meat] Plate…’ (Chullin 111b)
"Yes," Mr. Pincus said. "But since the loan document is invalid, I shouldn't have to pay the loan."
It is mentioned in the Talmud... that someone who eats peeled garlic, onions, and eggs kept overnight "forfeits his life, and his blood is upon his own head."
Is The Music at Frum Weddings Too Loud?
The following morning, after leining, the shul rabbi delivered an enthusiastic sermon, in which he praised the bar mitzvah boy based on insights from the parsha.
Caring For The Sick On Yom Kippur ‘His Gullet Has Derived Enjoyment…’ (Chullin 103b)
The default assumption is that the other children allow this expense. However, they can protest, and are entitled to prohibit him from dressing henceforth at their expense.
Stricter Than A Prohibition ‘We Rely on a Gentile…’ (Chullin 97a)
Is It Proper…? – Is There Anything Wrong With a Frum Jewish Man Looking Super Stylish?
There is another course of action to consider: not lighting Shabbat candles at all! Before you are scandalized by my suggestion, allow me to explain.
Feather-Plucking 101 'The Blood Will Easily Flow Out' (Chullin 93b)
We're partners in the business, and we owed $1,000 to your uncle. If I paid your part, I'm entitled to reimbursement from you also!
Bullish Or Not? 'Where One A Cow And [The Other] Its Calf…' (Chullin 82)
"A saw belongs to a category of muktzah called kli shem'lachto l'issur, a utensil whose primary purpose is prohibited," replied Rabbi Dayan.
What, then, happens when the rabbinic chinuch obligation contradicts the biblical obligation as described in the verses cited by the Ramban?
Is it appropriate for a Jew in America to have an English first name? If yes, is it appropriate for him or her to use this English name in daily life?
A person cannot rent out a property that is not his!
Kosher 'Oxymoron' 'The Divine Law Permits It' (Chullin 75)
Later that evening, Mr. Klein thought he might want to give his old dining room set to someone and quickly called Mr. Gross. "Please don't ruin the set," he said. "I might give it to someone."
Most poskim disagree with Rav Moshe, including R. Shlomo Zalman Auerbach. He argues that one may touch, move, and even play with snow on Shabbos.
Is it appropriate for a Jew to own a (non-violent) pet dog?
Genetically-Engineered Simanim ‘A Bird With One Siman’ (Chullin 62a)
I'm ashamed to admit," Dov said when he finally found himself before the rabbi, "but I stole money from someone and would now like to return the amount without having to face him. Is that possible?"
Eternal And Immutable ‘Only Those Enumerated By The Sages’ (Chullin 54a)
"But I need it now," Mr. Schwartz replied. "It's my shovel. I'm happy to lend it, but not when I need it!"