Category Archives: God-rejection

​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 …

Continue reading

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. …

Continue reading

God-rejectors: They have nothing – Morality and some baseless arguments

This part of my expressed inner monologue about the emptiness of rejecting God is where I take a look at some of the condemnations of those who reject God and share with you how I approach them, especially on the basis of what I’ve said before: 1) People who reject God do so first before …

Continue reading

God-rejectors: They have nothing – A brief aside

Someone who rejected the God of the Torah shared his thoughts with me. It was quite a revelation. He declared a number of times that the way God acted in the Torah (or at least the way this dude interpreted it) was “unintelligent.” That’s a polite way of saying God does stupid things or works …

Continue reading

God-rejectors: They have nothing – Morality

One argument that has been used by those who reject God and the Torah is that he is evil. Some atheists are so adamant about this that they’ll boldly state that even if it would be convincingly demonstrated that God existed, they would still disrespect him and not worship him. And why? Some will attempt …

Continue reading

God-rejectors: They have nothing – Contradictions and Logic

So one of the problems that is brought up by those who reject the God of the Torah is that there are contradictions in there. In doing so they call upon logic to use it against God. In my interactions with such people I’ve noticed a few issues that I see that destroys their case …

Continue reading

Adding wood to the anti-Torah fires

So I found myself on an anti-Torah, anti-Semitic forum. While I was on that anti-Torah (and anti-Semitic) page, something was highlighted to me more than ever. I can now understand a possible reason why the Torah has no clear command for Jews to spread their worldview by “proselytizing” and why it has no command for …

Continue reading

Freethinkers – false advertising

First impressions count. And the name that one gives to oneself, the label one places upon him- or herself, can say a lot, not so much about the label or the group that the individual affiliated him- or herself to, but rather about the person who holds that label. When it comes to “freethinkers” you …

Continue reading

Keeping God’s commandments – The question of intent

Having been in a number of discussions with certain individuals about the need for some belief to be behind the keeping of the Seven Commandments, I’ve had some thoughts about the issue. With the recent articles that touch on atheism, and my other thoughts about christianity, I want to clarify some of my positions and …

Continue reading

Why I’m not an anarchist/voluntaryist

Well, I may have given across the impression that I am anti-government, period. The way I have written could cause someone to think that I’m not just against the modern governments, but against government in and of itself. There are groups of people that are against government in a similar way. Some are called voluntaryists …

Continue reading