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Can questions be asked that might challenge belief?

I think that questions that are respectfully asked are generally fine even if they involve heretical ideas. Some readers may be working in kiruv or teaching children and may have to contend with such ...
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Can questions be asked that might challenge belief?

Since this question was asked on Meta, then I'll answer in the spirit of Meta. Since this site is open to those who want to learn more about Judaism, such people may come with very strong, heretical ...
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Should we censor the term "goy" when used in English to mean "gentile"?

I'm a goy, and I can assure you that the vast majority of goyim have no idea what it means1, or that there is a possible pejorative aspect to the word. My mother is happy to call herself a former ...
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Discussion on specific question of an adult nature

I would suggest that this statement in the policy is really the controlling point: I don't think the current question that brought this up is particularly explicit, but I do think that some of the ...
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Discussion on specific question of an adult nature

Color me a liberal, but I'm firmly in the camp of free speech and less censorship. I think that the mission of Mi Yodeya should be to deal with any and all questions pertaining to Judaism regardless ...
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