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You ask people about their belief, and all they can tell you is what they believe. There are no absolute truths. There are potentially as many answers as individuals with different world views. Yet you insist, unreasonably, that we as a group must give you a uniform and absolute answer.

Let me try to explain one more time. I ask about halacha. I am told that any question in jewish life can be answered by halach and that halacha is immutable and the absolute source of all wisdom.

Since you are addressing me, I will point out that I never quoted halacha, never said it is a universal truth, never said it comes from god or is immutable. So as I said above, you attribute to me an opinion I do not have for the sake of vacuous argument.

Good bye.

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