Monday, May 14, 2007
My Q & A Session with A Simple Jew
Please click over to A Simple Jew to read the answer he posted that I had written to a question he posed to me, entitled, Kedusha and Man-Made Objects.
I'll just quote his question here:
A Simple Jew asks:
According to halacha, if one has a choice between toiveling a utensil in a river or toiveling it in a keilim mikvah, it is preferable to use the keilim mikvah. In essence, we are saying that it is better to use something created by man over something created by Hashem in order to imbue an object with kedusha. How can one explain this?