A shule I attend on Shabbos, sometimes, just instituted a guard (non jew) who uses an electronic wand. Is this mutar? Can I "be wanded" on Shabbos? What about my wife (both for Shabbos purposes and tzniut)?
A line of credit is not one’s own money. It is money that belongs to a bank that they are willing to lend out.
So if someone owes money to another party and cannot afford to pay it out of one’s own pocket, but have a line of credit that would cover it, are they required by Halacha to use their line of credit to pay off the debt, which might lead to them having to pay interest on the credit card payment?
To do so is essentially robbing Peter to pay Paul.
In Exodus 34.7 it says, "He does not remit all punishment, but visits the iniquity of parents upon children and children's children, upon the third and fourth generations." Can you please tell me what this means to you? Will my children be punished for my sins? Will their children be punished for my sins? Will their children's children be punished for my sins? Please explain in as much detail as you can. Do you have anything on this topic?
Thank you very much.