” In March 1975, four leading, traditional Jewish scholars issued an advisory warning about television to traditional Jewish communities.(2) Their paper was rooted entirely in Talmudic sources and contained no references to the scientific literature.Nonetheless, it cited what secular scholars would term psychological and developmental dangers.“Do not bring an abomination into your house since you will become accursed like it,” He warned His chosen people.“You should utterly detest [an idol] and utterly abhor it, for it is an objectively cursed thing.”(1) Ancient Israel needed a commandment to detest the detestable, abhor the abhorrent, and keep it far from their homes, the Torah teaches, because once even the most crass influence passes within, it grows gradually less offensive and more acceptable. Influences that are only offensive on the streets can be deadly in the den.
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Online dating sites use market metaphors to match people.
Match metaphors are conceptual frameworks that allow individuals to make sense of new concepts by drawing upon familiar experiences and frame-works.
Omegle (oh·meg·ull) is a great way to meet new friends.
When you use Omegle, we pick someone else at random and let you talk one-on-one.