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Creation ex nihilo

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The Natural and the Supernatural
The difference between G‑d’s constant but hidden control over nature and the phenomena that we call miracles.
Confounded by the confusion of a duplicate Zaidy and a reckless fly-fighting Feivel, Miri's attempt to create a pet camel ends up in cosmic catastrophe.
Don't miss the 50th episode of KabbalaToons, in which the secret behind all miracles is revealed! (Okay, 50 guesses what's the secret behind all miracles, starting now...)
Who would have expected that the least used letter of the alefbet could contain one of the greatest secrets of the universe? And who wouldn't have known that Rabbi Infinity could explain even that secret to a four-year old?
You will examine the notion of "constant recreation," whereby G‑d creates the universe from nothing every moment. To understand this, you will learn the key difference between human creation and divine creation.
Must one believe in creation ex nihilo?
A detailed look at Maimonides' approach to creation. Looking at the “Thirteen Principles of Faith”, the “Mishneh Torah” and the “Guide for the Perplexed”. How Maimonides revised his approach in the Thirteen Principles of Faith based on his later thought.
The philosophy of G-d’s oneness (Tanya Ch. 20-21)
Discussions on Prayer, Lesson 28
The first blessing of the Shema begins with the notion of forming light and creating darkness (day and night). Also described is the uniquely divine nature of creation and the need for the continuous creative force.
A Conversation with Prof. Yitzchok Block
Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Dr. Yitzchok Block, answers deep questions about the origins of the universe, the meaning of life and the uniqueness of Jewish belief.
Erev Rosh Hashanah, 5741 · September 10, 1980
A Jew’s purpose is to illuminate all the world around him. To “illuminate” does not mean to change the order of creation; rather, light enables one to discern the true nature and purpose of what already is there.
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