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G‑d in Action

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G‑d is better grasped in actions than in ideas.
Maamar Margala B’Fumei D’Rava, 5740.

By Tzvi Freeman
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S U.K. March 21, 2017

Truth For Brett

Never in the History of man has anyone been forced into Judaism, or more importantly loving HaShem.

The Torah was given to the Israelites and this is clearly explained here and in the Torah. Reply

Brett Summerland BC March 20, 2017

philosophy Total agreement. The problem is so many religious leaders in the western world are trained in philosophy. The idea is the chief goal of philosophy taught in higher learning institutions. Many destructive Christian doctrines such as the trinity have come from "the idea" at the expense of diminishing the revelation of God and His Torah.
Judaism clearly sees the Christian errors stemming from the idea. Can they see their own? Reply

Joe March 20, 2017

Is it true to say "actions" or should it read "mitzvot"?

(I might say actions in regards to David Avdi or Bayom Hasheini) Reply

S U.K. March 20, 2017

Nice Zac I liked your comment Zac

HaShem the intriguing enigma, utilises mans mind, heart and soul in a positive way with Mitvos and Torah study otherwise man reverts to beastly matters Reply

S U.K. March 20, 2017

Nice Zac I liked your comment Zac

HaShem the intriguing enigma, utilises mans mind, heart and soul in a positive way with Mitvos and Torah study otherwise man reverts to beastly matters Reply

zak San Diego October 19, 2014

Thought and action, a beginning to a end For who is man to compare what he does not know? For all of thought was given so he may experience action. There by being part of His creation. For when one rests, both thought and action become the same space and given that to which compare. For when one says: There is no end in sight; he beholds the beginning. Reply