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Question: Does "G‑d" matter in the present world, especially since He has been associated with oppressive ideas such as racism, sexual repression, and androcentrism/anthropocentrism? Answer: Let's take the first scourge you mention, racism, as an example....
Esther Sara Question: I came to your site to read up on Ruth. I began reading and when I saw "G‑d" I had to stop. You may consider this harmless in Jewish terms, but anyone coming to this site will probably take this as I did. It is considered damning the...
I think G-d is also agnostic. He sits there perpetually wondering whether He exists or does not exist. Out of His questioning, a whole world is generated--with beings like us that go around asking, "Is this for real, or what?"
"Believe in yourself. There's nothing you can't do, if you put your mind to it. " Nothing you can't do? Sounds pretty divine. A pity it's not true...
Or: G-d's Sticky Fingerprints
What's the difference between No-thingness with a capital N and vanilla nothing with a lower case n? What makes one Nothing G-d and the other just nothing?
I envy people who have faith, with their strength and clarity. How can I acquire similar faith?
If He is supposed to be everywhere, why is He nowhere to be seen? My logic says, if you are nowhere, you don't exist . . .
I’ve often heard the argument that because creation is so well designed, there must be a Designer. But using that the same logic, I can ask the question: Who created G‑d?
First a quake, now a hurricane . . .
Question: What's going on? First we had an earthquake that shook much of the East Coast, and now we have a hurricane coming our way. Earthquakes belong in the Pacific, and hurricanes belong in the Caribbean! Is this the beginning of the apocalypse? Respon...
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