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It seems that pressing need overrides the general prohibition against deception. This article will explore the importance of truth and the permissibility of deception under extenuating circumstances.
On the outside, it speaks the language of humankind; on the inside is depth without end. Grasp either end and you have nothing. Grasp both and you have G-d Himself
How Truth Got a Life . . . and how a big truth got real RankRankRankRankRankRank
The other morning, I woke up to discover a little truth. At least, it seemed like a truth to me, but I wanted to make sure. I figured a good philosopher could help me with that . . .
How Do I Know That I Really Believe? Maybe G‑d is just a comforting thought? Q&A RankRankRankRankRankRank
I realize that I don’t like this idea of one day not being here anymore. Perhaps G‑d and the eternity of life are just constructs of our mind to protect itself from that which it can’t handle?
Is Beauty Truth? If something is beautiful, is it true? Is a beautiful symphony as true as a scientific fact? Q&A RankRankRankRankRankRank
If something is beautiful, is it true? Is a beautiful symphony as true as a scientific fact?
Is it a self-improvement thing, like a woodworking class or a therapy session? Is it a duty, like obeying the law of the land and going to work in the morning?
Last week's Parshah concluded with the epochal exchange between Moses and G-d over the mystery of human suffering, in which Moses protested, "My G-d, why have You done evil to this people?" The opening verses of this week's Parsha contain -- we assume --...
Sound like double trouble? Over-employment? The latest synagogue sitcom? Probably; but Jewish history is never probable.
Why is "an abundance of truth" considered one of the attributes of mercy? Truth is a severe and honest judge, unwilling to overlook misdeeds and transgressions...
The question I’d like to pose is: why did the people not follow the two good spies, Joshua and Caleb, instead of the others? The obvious answer: they were outvoted and outnumbered. Ten vs. two. Majority rules.
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