For reasons beyond my control, I will be home for yom tov this year. I am currently renting, and do not have access to a stove or oven, and do all my cooking in rice cookers. They are permanently on a keep warm setting when plugged in, and to cook, I push the button down and when the food is ready or when I lift up the pot insert, it automatically pushes the button back up, moving it back onto a lower heat setting. Am I allowed to use them on yom tov to cook or warm up my food?
I've never had this problem before, as I can keep everything on the keep warm setting over shabbat.
Since, in addition to being the beginning of the New Year, Rosh Hashana is also the first day of the Hebrew month of Tishrei, why don't we say Hallel on Rosh Hashana like is done on holidays and on other days of Rosh Chodesh throughput the year?
did the sacrifice on the day of atonement pay for the sins of the next year or how did it work
In Leviticus 16 :7-10
there were two goats
1 for the Lord and the other was the scape goat what were the two different type of scrafices made by these goats as far as sin in concerned
was 1 for present and other for future
or 1 for past and other for future
please explain why there were 2 goats in this part of the atonment
According to those poskim who allow learning Torah on shabbos erev tisha b’av even after chatzos, would they allow learning torah even after sunset, or would this be forbidden even according to them because tisha b’av begins at sunset.