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What is the Jewish view of planned parenthood?
A. The first divine commandment to the first finite human was to perpetuate the human race by having children. The power to create and perpetuate is a...

What are the halachic implications of cloning humans?
A thorough and highly informative paper on this subject can be found at http://www.jlaw.com/Articles/cloning.html. As in all issues of human progress this...

A talk about the Halachic ramifications of infertility
Question: In the case where a husband is infertile, should the husband still have relations with his wife as the union cannot produce children? Would...

Is adoption an option from the Jewish perspective?
Absolutely. As a matter of fact, throughout the ages Jewish people have always welcomed into their homes ("adopted") orphans and abandoned...

What is the legal definition of a "mamzer"?
A mamzer (a.k.a. bastard) is the product of incestuous relations or adultery (a married woman's infidelity). A child born out of wedlock is not...

A chat about an unplanned pregnancy and abortion
Mrs. Shaffer: Welcome......how can I help you?:) Shawn: hello mrs shaffer Shawn: im in a bit of trouble Mrs. Shaffer: what's the trouble? :) Shawn: im...

What are the do's and dont's for the first months of pregnancy?
Do listen to everything which your doctor tells you.Do give some extra charity each day.Do check the mezuzahs on the doors of your home to make sure they...

What is the Jewish view on birth control?
In short, the Torah views children as a blessing, encourages us to have large families and frowns upon the casual use of birth-control. This in no...

Is an illegitimate child a mamzer?
Rabbi Yossi Turk: Bienvenidos Welcome. Un minuto , ya lo atiendo. I'll be with you in a moment...Raymond: Hi rabbi, i have a question. is a boy born...

What's wrong with abortion?
Rabbi Shlomo Chein: Welcome. I'll be with you in a moment...what's on your mind?Libby: shalom Rav I have an important question to ask you that I...

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