Category Archives: God

​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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The Goy Can’t Know God

The occupation of the entire world will be solely to know God. (Rambam, Mishneh Torah, Laws of Kings and Wars, Chapter 12, Halachah 5. Can be read at http://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/1188357/jewish/Melachim-uMilchamot-Chapter-12.htm) Based on these words, it was told to me that the entity known as the goy will not exist in the world to come. Why? Because …

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Project Failure: “Thank God we don’t keep His commandments!”

[Disclaimer: The use of the word “noahide” in this article has little to do with the reference in Jewish tradition that all “bnei noach”, i.e., Gentiles in general, were enjoined to keep the Seven Commandments. It refers more to a label for those that belong to a certain group or club of fuzzy or ambiguous …

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No Justice: No God

Just thoughts running in my mind. I’ve said this point before, but I’m just expressing it again. One of the objection that some God-rejecters give to God’s existence is the lack of “order” in the world. When I refer to “order”, I refer more to harmony and balance. A person can look at the innocent …

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No God: No Justice

Listened to another excellent teaching by rabbi Israel Chait. That man just has a great way of explaining concepts, differentiating between the action-based legal stuff (halakhah), philosophy and ideas, and psychology. It’s a real educational experience. Look, if you want to listen to the series I’ve been slowly going through, just go to http://www.mesora.org. Go …

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I’m not a ger

OK, so there’s been some teaching going about, made even more popular by a show on Israel National Radio, about “noahides” being equivalent to some entity known as a “ger”. This article is not about naming names. It ain’t about anything personal. It’s just about the issues as I see it and my stance. It’s …

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Getting acquainted: Interview with a conscious Gentile

What follows are some questions that I asked a fellow Gentile who consciously follows the seven commandments to get a different perspective from a different part of the world. Enjoy. What is your name? Stiv Where are you from? France, also lived in Serbia (for 10 years) where my origins are. What does the word …

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They think I’ve forgotten

To them, I don’t pray as much as I used to. To them, I don’t sing religious songs as often as I used to. They don’t see my head in the Bible as much and don’t see me immersed in the Hebrew of Genesis as I used to be. They remember the days of my …

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Dinim – Leave it alone; it can’t be done

I’ve heard rumbling amongst Jews and Gentiles. I’m told by some people that we Gentiles can’t keep the law of Dinim. I’m told by others that it has no impact on our day to day lives and therefore, on occasion, leave it out of their listing of the Seven Commandments pertinent to humans on a …

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A righteous gentile in my mind

This is my concept of a righteous gentile. No, it is not backed the wealth of a life lived studying Torah. It is probably not the conception of Rambam or Ramban. It is not focused on a place in the world to come or the heights of holy living. It is just how I view …

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