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And can we live without them?
Hi, my name is Rabbi Tzvi Freeman. I am the person your professor warned you about. Why? Because I believe first and prove afterwards.
Why not let human beings determine their own purpose?
One day my Mac composed its own algorithm for generating ideals. Based on that algorithm, it determined that the only way to achieve its ultimate self was for every process to be treated equally.
She noticed immediately the blank oblong space once occupied by the mezuzah. To prevent herself from commenting, she bit hard on her lip, then summoned Miriam to receive her Chanukah presents...
Poetry of Yehoshua November
Advice for people who are angry with G-d.
How an Atheist and a Believer Answer
When our world is merely a matter of random acts of “natural selection” without any Designer or apparent purpose or direction, what should cause us to selflessly pursue acts of goodness or morality, at the expense of our own personal needs or pleasures?
The Rabbi and the Scientist
Recently some atheists in academia have launched venomous attacks on religion and belief in G-d. Join us for an up-close examination of religious belief under the critical light of reason.
In this insightful lecture you’ll hear fascinating perspectives on the mysteries of creation and the meaning of revelation. Join us as we try to grasp the unfathomable concealment process of the Divine self-effacement and the contraction the Kabbalists re...
"Only on the firm foundation of unyielding despair can the soul's habitation be safely built." Who said that? Does anyone believe that?
Why would you want to debate with an atheist? What would you gain? Nobody ever convinced anyone of the existence of G‑d through debate. The atheist believes that the universe is cold and indifferent. The believer believes the universe is warm and caring. ...
I'm an atheist. I married a non-Jew and have no wish to be buried in a Jewish cemetery. My question is: can I consider myself non-Jewish, or do I need some sort of form or dispensation to be officially no longer Jewish?
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