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Idolatry; Paganism

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The Worship of Money
In this first class of the series, Rabbi Friedman introduces and defines the general concept of idol worship before looking at specific “idols” of American society, starting with the worship of money.
Ki Tisa Parshah Report
Gefilte Fish gives an in-depth analysis of the Golden Calf, explains the importance of not worshipping idols, and complains about the lack of Fresca in the IKS studio.
The philosophy of G-d’s oneness (Tanya Ch. 20-21)
The Noahide Code
Understanding the earliest origin of idolatry gives a better appreciation to a universal belief in one G-d. All of mankind has the right to pray to one G-d and should incorporate blessings in their daily life.
The Second Commandment
"You shall have no other gods before Me. You shall not make for yourself a graven image, nor any manner of likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth."
The Worship of Happiness
Serving G-d with joy is a virtue. So when does happiness become a false god? When there is a "pursuit of happiness." True happiness is to be content with what G-d gives you whereas idolatrous happiness is the desire for more than what you have.
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