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Giving of the Torah: Giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai.
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The greatest conspiracy theory of all time is materialism. The second greatest conspiracy theory is that the Jews invented the Torah...
To explain that, I would need a long conversation with you about what is G-d and how G-d talks to people and why....
Didn’t G‑d give Moses the Torah while he was on top of Mount Sinai away from the rest of the Jews who were waiting down below? Isn’t this similar to the stories of Jesus and Mohammad, because no one was actually there to verify that anything was unequivoc...
Am I missing something here? Shouldn’t the holiday in which we received the many laws of the Torah have some laws of its own?
Question: Many—if not most—of the customs and traditions that comprise “Judaism” are not mentioned anywhere in the Bible. Why can’t we just follow what’s written there? Really, isn’t it heresy to add on to G‑d’s word? Response: You can go ahead and just f...
Question: I have no problem believing that everything in the Torah is true. I just have a problem doing it. The temptations are too great and I'm tired of fighting with them. The enthusiasm I had when I took all this on has long burned out. To be blunt, I...
Question: Years ago, I attended a seminar where we were presented with logical proofs that the Torah was delivered to us by Moses at Sinai. I was convinced and began a path towards complete Jewish observance. After many years and much thought, I (and many...
Question: Rabbi Freeman, I have just finished reading your article entitled How Do We Know that We Heard G‑d at Sinai? There you write that "the very fact that no other people ever made up anything similar to the story of Sinai should be enough evidence t...
Question: My question has to do with the concept of the Jewish soul. I am Jewish but was raised as a devout, strict atheist. We were told by my father, a college professor, "We are Jews. We are G‑d's chosen people. There is no G‑d." Four children. Three s...
Chana Question: How are we considered "chosen" if G‑d first offered the Torah to other nations? Answer: The Midrashic account Midrash Sifri, Deuteronomy 343. that G‑d first offered the Torah to all the other nations, who rejected it, before offering it to...
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