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Faith; Belief in G-d

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Hasn't belief in G-d caused as much evil as good? If G-d knows best, what's the point of prayer? How can we have "free choice" if G-d already knows what we're going to do? Do (Normal) Jews believe in prophesy? Are we supposed to be afraid of G-d?
With all the tragedy and suffering in the world, how am I supposed to believe? I would like to feel faith, but it doesn't come...
This topic has been intensely debated throughout the ages without any sign of abatement, you may be in for a very long journey. After all, it seems like every couple of months publishers bless us with a yet another new book on the subject...
On the one hand, I can see gratitude as a sign of faith, as it means that we acknowledge the involvement of G‑d in our lives. But is faith required in order to be a grateful person? Don’t all decent people say “please” and “thank you”?
If G‑d cares so much about the human race, why do we struggle so hard just in order to survive?
With all the recent news stories about philandering husbands, I am starting to worry about my own. What can I do to help ensure that he won’t cheat on me?
I pay my taxes, I am friendly to people around me, and I am charitable to those less fortunate. Doesn’t that make me a good person?
Question: I still struggle with the idea of a personal G‑d since He does not answer our prayers or ease the suffering of the good and innocent. We say all these blessings about how G‑d is intimately involved, but to our eyes it seems otherwise, except for...
Every logical system relies on the a priori acceptance of unprovable first principles.
or are we supposed to simply accept that everything He send our way is for the good
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