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Q:

Should teenagers be discouraged from using the Artscroll gemara or the Artscroll chumash with Rashi?

A:

I don’t see why it should be discouraged. Anything that can help you learn, you should utilize. 
TAPE # E-150

Q:

Is it dangerous to study Hebrew grammar from a sefer written by a person who is not religious or not Jewish?

A:


Is it dangerous to learn dikduk from a sefer written by somebody who is not a ma’amin? It depends on what’s in the sefer. It depends what else is in there.  If he has just grammar alone, probably it’s not dangerous.  If he has pesukim that he uses to illustrate the examples, then you have to watch out.
TAPE # 432

Q:

How does Rabbi Miller explain the people who claim that they died and came back to life again?  Did they actually experience anything?

A:

Can you tell me the name of the one who claimed that – besides for the famous one? 

Q:

There are people who claim that they actually died; they experienced that someone took them away; a malach hamaves came and took them away. And then they came back to life.

A:

Well, we have a right to be skeptical. It’s almost certain that every instance is nothing but imagination or fraud. People who die usually tend to remain dead.
TAPE # 133

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