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Why I Am a Jew
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“The deepest question any of us can ask is: Who am I? To answer it we have to go deeper than, Where do I live? or What do I do? The most fateful moment in my life came when I asked myself that question and knew the answer had to be: I am a Jew. […]
38. God’s Omniscience
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The Rambam has some harsh words for the understanding that the philosophers have of God’s omniscience. Unlike the different theories on creation, which he discusses in a rather matter-of-fact fashion, the Rambam considers the mistaken views on God’s omniscience to be evil and perverse. He says that one who accepts such a position stumbles in […]
The Skull on the Water
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He as well saw a skull floating on the surface of the water and he said to it: Because you drowned others they drowned you; and those that drowned you will in the end be drowned. – Avos: 2, 6 Rashi – after commenting on this mishna – says that not all texts include it. […]