Category Archives: God-rejection

Revisited: “The ways in which atheists break or undermine Noahide Law”

https://ia601504.us.archive.org/11/items/atheistbreak/atheistbreak.mp3 I was given another inspiration by … you know what? I’ll say his “name.” I hope he doesn’t mind. So I was given another inspiration by a commenter called “Donkey of Balaam.” I revisited a recent article about anarchism. He gave me the idea of revisiting another article from just over 5 years ago. …

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When to answer & the eternal universe

https://ia601502.us.archive.org/25/items/timetoanswereternaluni/timetoanswereternaluni.mp3 Out of the blue, a stranger decides to ask me a question. If I were younger, then I would have just answered on instinct. But my experience has taught me not to treat strangers as if they’re just a blank slate, not to treat them as if they are just children just looking innocently …

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Can I know God exists?

https://ia601503.us.archive.org/6/items/caniknowgodexists/caniknowgodexists.mp3 As usual, someone took issue with a point I made, specifically my previous post. Their issue? That I claimed to know God exists when they thought I only gave evidence why I believed God existed and must exist. It’s the sort of argument I expect from agnostics, atheists and those religionists who have accepted …

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Saved by faith

A commenter on my blog helped further open my eyes to the position of Rambam on how a Gentile gets a place in the world to come. I’ll quote a translation of Rambam’s words here, then I’ll tell you how I used to view it and then the view that seems to be more compelling …

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The Secular Society – Part 3: Justice

Now a secular society, a group that aims to be secular, must reject, yes, reject claims about God’s truth, his law and morality. At the very least, such ideas must be promoted as just being for private, within one’s home or just an individual subjective thing. While these thoughts are shoved into corners or actual …

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The Secular Society – Part 2: Statism as a religion continued

I ended the previous post in this series with the following: For all intents and purposes, the worldview, the ideology, the religion which is based on faith is statism, and that is the state religion above all others. The State may allow a person to have their own faith, but the State’s commandments must have …

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The Secular Society – Part 1: The Myth of the Religiously Neutral Society

One argument for the secular society, one which is not governed by the seven commandments of Noah, is that no religion, not one claim of divine revelation, is in control, all such views have a voice (in private anyway). The idea is that without a ruling religion, all religions have an equal footing. Religion or …

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The Rank Hypocrisy of the Statist “Noahide”

You may know what’s coming. It’s ok if you wish to avert your eyes. So the typical thing happens which you’ll find common across the internet. Someone gets the wrong idea about the seven laws and chooses to run with it. Based on a previous article of mine criticising so-called “British values,” a “true Brit” …

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​God-rejectors: They have nothing – Science, reality and knowledge

The final part of this series will cover a subject which would seem, to many, to be the forte of atheists and those who reject God. There are too many instances in the state indoctrination system called “public education” (or in many other institutions of “education”),or in the media, or in personal interactions with work …

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God-rejectors: They have nothing – Morality: The rage without foundation

For me, the anti-God view of the world has become an infestation. If I want to search for issues regarding Torah online, many times amongst the first search results I get are from the anti-Torah, God rejecting perspective. Even when it comes to commentary on social or political issues, the atheist voice is most predominant. …

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