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G-d: [It is customary to insert a dash in G-d's name when written or printed on a medium that could be defaced. See also “Why Don't You Spell Out G-d's Name?”]
We know that G‑d is the most perfect Being, and that everything exists solely because of Him. So could He make any mistakes?
When children ask, "Where is G‑d? Why can't we see G‑d? What is a soul? What does G‑d want us to do?" we can tell them that these kinds of questions are actually coming from a place that is connected to G‑d...
The Omnipotence Paradox
You see a ray of light from the sun shining in through your window. "Where did you come from?" you ask. It answers, of course, that it came from the sun. So you ask it, "Let me see what you look like as you are in your source within the sun..."
The statement, “I believe there is a G-d,” is meaningless. Faith is not the ability to imagine that which does not exist. Faith is finding relevance in that which is transcendent.
Maybe G‑d is just a comforting thought?
I realize that I don’t like this idea of one day not being here anymore. Perhaps G‑d and the eternity of life are just constructs of our mind to protect itself from that which it can’t handle?
Question: I am part Jewish on my mothers side and my father is a Muslim. I am neither. I believe only in G_d and not religion." Answer: You should know that as far as Judaism is concerned, you are Jewish. Whether you choose to embrace or reject that is up...
I accept that some sort of “Higher Being” created the universe. But why couldn’t there be many such beings?
What are words but representations of things and concepts that G‑d Himself created? Any words we use—even words like “infinite” and “ultimate abstraction”—are meaningful only in the context of our logic, and as such, utterly meaningless when applied to G‑...
Question: How do you say that G‑d wants us to do the mitzvot? Doesn't that imply a lacking of some sort on His part? Isn't He supposed to be perfect? Answer: This is an important question. Problem is, we are here, so G‑d must want us here. So what happene...
How can G-d be in the Holy Temple, where do mitzvahs, where we learn Torah, everywhere, and nowhere all at once?
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