Monthly Archives: July, 2015

Not so naturalistic? – The 974 generations

Two people who think more of the stories that some of those human who are labelled “scientists” make up than I do, they approached me with a claim to show that their ideas are not simply the product of human imagination mixed with circumstantial evidence. They told me that the belief that the world was …

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Your idol was always dead

A friend of mine and I had a disagreement. I had seen the effects of an injustice that had occurred and had shared it with him, but from the beginning he seemed to victimize the victim rather than just deal with the injustice. But in the course of our dispute, he made a wise observation, …

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Naturalism – The Subtle God-Denier (Readers Digest Version)

Naturalism is a philosophy and belief that implies the human understanding of the workings of matter and energy alone can be used to explain all events in history and in life. The most important things to realise about this is that it is just a belief, a way of thinking. The Torah comes from the …

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Naturalism – The Subtle God-Denier

Idolatry, according to the principles with our Gentile Torah Law, is where a person actively worships an entity other than God as if it were a god. Any idolatrous act worthy of death in a Jewish court is also forbidden to all people of the world according to our Creator’s commandments. It’s good to just …

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Dealing with ridicule

There are those who ridicule me for my views on what science is and what it can tell us with any authority or truth content. They laugh at me for my point of view on Torah when compared to what a certain set of scientists say and because I reject the truth of the hypotheses …

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Living in Ignorance

The struggle or disappointment I find myself in whilst studying these Seven Commandments is that I always seem to be in a place of ignorance, of no knowing. Now I’ve read my fair share of books on the Seven Commandments, read the words of different rabbis about the topic, gone onto different websites and forums …

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