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Faith and Ethics

Who deals with Human Ethics?

When the great philosophers on morality, such as Descartes, Kant, Pascal, and Spinoza, Discuss moral values, they are essentially saying things they learned from the… Now, wouldn’t it be better to learn from the source?! Click on the picture for the full article Read More »

Exposure to the Hebrew extraordinary education project

What we all have in common is the understanding that “we are all sons of the same father,” meaning that we all had the same ancestor – Adam, and therefore, we possess the amazing ability to live together in harmony and peace here in our world. Expose our secrets: In order to do so, however, we must encounter several truths ... Read More »

Redemption

It’s very interesting to think about the following strange situation. For hundreds of years, the western, Christian world, was sure that they were replacing the Jewish nation. The eastern world also tried to draw values to live by from the Jewish people. millions of people over hundreds of years… Learning the Bible and its stories. what is this important message that comes from Jerusalem? What ... Read More »

Basic Tenets of Jewish Philosophy: Reward and Punishment

Moses and the Tablets / Wikipedia

Can our relationship with the Creator be compared to a grocery accounts list connected to a mechanism for collecting debts? The entire system of reward and punishment in the Torah, which Rabbi Yosef Elbo sees as one of the three principle foundations of Judaism (see his book “Ikarim”), is a source of difficulty for any person who truly wants to ... Read More »

Basic Tenets of Jewish Philosophy: Torah from Heaven

Torah at Glockengasse Synagogue (reconstruction),                                                                                        Cologne - Horsch, Willy in Wikipedia

Two proofs are given to show that there is a Divine source for the Torah. But they must be understood in depth and not simply in accord with the folk approach – that millions of people would not lie about the description of an event, especially not to their children. This approach will not withstand objective criticism, and the only ... Read More »

Basic Tenets of Jewish Philosophy: Mystic Secrets

Books by Rav Kook (Wikipedia)

“The work of creation should not be taught in the presence of two, or the work of the heavenly Chariot in the presence of one.” [Mishna Chagiga 2:1]. The terminology used by the sages to refer to the mystic parts of the Torah was explained in different ways in the study halls. The approach of the Rambam is well-known: The ... Read More »