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November 1st, 2007

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11:03 am - Follow up to G-d's name discussion
sc00ter, you'll like this. I downloaded an mp3 of a song set to a chapter of Proverbs and at the end of the song, there's a reference to G-d that does not use a nickname (unless you consider Adonai a nickname for Yud Hay Vuv Hay, which I'm on the fence about). I shall have to consult a qualified halachic (llegal) authority to determine if I can delete it.

Stop giggling. This just proves my point about smiting; now instead of sluffing off your query, I'm going to have to do more research.

Seems to be okay. I just checked: http://www.yeshiva.org.il/ask/eng/?cat=312
And the policy is that yes, you can erase or delete media.
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Date:November 1st, 2007 08:19 pm (UTC)
I missed the original discussion?

Why are you on the fence about whether Adonai is acceptable?
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Date:November 1st, 2007 08:28 pm (UTC)
It sprung off the head smiting post. It's not the acceptability per se that I question. My question is about whether it's a name for G-d or a nickname of a name for G-d. Growing up, I always thought it was a nickname for the tetragrammaton, but most people these days seem to treat it as a name in and of itself and not a "safe" pronounciation of the ineffable name.

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