The Customs of the Orthodox Jews?

Answer An Orthodox Jew is someone who believes the Torah literally came from Mt. Sinai and that all Jewish law is binding for all generations, but within this framework are many schools of thought. One of... Read More »

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Why are jews called jews?

Those who practice the faith of Judaism are often referred to as Jews, which is a plural noun. As an adjective, these same people are called Jewish. The "Ju" or "Jew" part of the words comes from t... Read More »

How to Use an Orthodox File Manager?

KrusaderOrthodox file managers or "Commander-like" file managers have three windows (two panels and one command line window). Don't be intimidated by first impressions. With practice they are much ... Read More »

Alternative & Orthodox Medicine?

What we know today as conventional or orthodox "Western" medicine encompasses relatively recent phenomena and developments compared to methods of health care now called "alternative." Many of these... Read More »

Principles of Orthodox Judaism?

The Orthodox Judaism faith originated between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The belief system branches off from the original beliefs held in Moses' time and have a variety of differences... Read More »