Category Archives: Science and Evolution

​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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Slifkin – The disappointment and philosophical idolatry

If you like rabbi Slifkin or you don’t want to hear my views on the stories made up by certain scientists these days, such as molecule-to-man big bang evolutionism, then stop now. Don’t read any further. I’ll just irritate you. I won’t hold it against you. This blogpost is in response to a video I …

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You look ridiculous, but you can only be true to yourself

After facing ridicule for some of my views by respected colleagues, friends and even a rabbi I respect, I decided to do the introspective thing again. This decision was also encouraged by the fact that people say that to share my view with my own children is child abuse. The politicians in the country that …

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Idolatry: Blurring the limits

Although it can be said that the legal application of the Seven Commandments do not cover beliefs, it is also true that much can be learned from thinking about the deeper elements of these commandments, the philosophy of the Seven Commandments. What is a characteristic of idolatry? It is where an individual takes a limited …

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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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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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Irrelevant thoughts: The Armchair Gods

Some friends of mine asked me to bow and give ear to the armchair gods. They described the deep wisdom that could pour forth from these entities, stories of places never seen and times never experienced, things that could answer the questions of what my purpose is and how things really are. Glancing around me, …

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Atheism is not the way forward

So I finish writing another article for leavingjesus.wordpress.com and it dawns on me from time to time that sometimes, when a religious person relinquishes the faith that they had devoted themselves to, they are then led to a dark place, a place of utter questioning and confusion or despair. One of the friendly faces that …

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Evolutionism and God-denial – Pot calling kettle black

I had read something quite nice (not great or good, but just “nice”) that was meant to be said by a guy, some comedian, called Bill Hicks about life just being a ride. It seemed pleasant enough, although a bit idealistic, so, after a recommendation from someone I regarded as a friend, I thought to …

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