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Question 1: In ________, he defines his approach as "מוח שליט על הלב" ("the brain ruling the heart").
Chabad-Lubavitch related controversiesChabad messianismTanyaChabad

Question 2: Rabbi ________[38] (1902–1994), fifth in paternal line from Menachem Mendel and son-in-law of the previous rebbe, Yosef Yitzchok Schneersohn.
Menachem Mendel SchneersonStrashelye (Hasidic dynasty)KapustChabad

Question 3: "This was an important advance because bridging the gap between spiritual insight and daily behaviour had always been a problem for Jewish ________."[22]
MysticismAfterlifePantheismMonotheism

Question 4: [23] Without Talmudic study, he argued, the mind could never be elevated — and if the mind is not elevated, the ________ will starve.
ReligionGnosticismAtheismSoul

Question 5: In the seminal Hasidic work, ________, Shneur Zalman of Liadi defines "Chabad Hasidism" as "מוח שליט על הלב" ("mind ruling over the heart/emotions").
Chabad messianismChabad-Lubavitch related controversiesTanyaDovber Schneuri

Question 6: [65] Professor ________ has said that "Chabad’s presence on college campuses today is absolutely crucial", and "We cannot rest until Chabad is on every major college campus in the world".
O. J. Simpson murder caseJohnnie CochranAlan DershowitzIf I Did It

Question 7: Chabad-Lubavitch has had seven leaders or rebbes, most recently the late ________, who succeeded his father-in-law, Yosef Yitzchok Schneersohn in 1950 and served until his death in 1994.
Menachem Mendel SchneersonHasidic JudaismKapustStrashelye (Hasidic dynasty)

Question 8: He supported the Tsar against Napoleon in ________[42] arguing that the emancipation of the Jews would lead to laxity in observance.
French invasion of RussiaNovember UprisingPolish–Soviet WarPolish–Muscovite War (1605–1618)

Question 9: Lyubavichi (called לובאוויטש Lyubavitsh in Yiddish, which is usually rendered Lubavitch in English) is a small town now in Smolensk Oblast, Russia, (then ________).
Golden HordeBritish EmpireOttoman EmpireRussian Empire

Question 10: ________ is primarily mystical and expounds upon the Zohar.
Chabad-Lubavitch related controversiesChabad messianismTanyaChabad







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