The God that makes the life meaningful even for disbelievers

The God that makes the life meaningful – you may call this life religious or secular.

The key to understanding the God who makes the life meaningful is in the Torah’s frequently ignored declaration that God made all humans “in His image and likeness.”

And His image we find in the Torah.

That is the image of being all-powerful, unique, eternal, creative while doing all that in the framework of prescribed morality rules.

That is not the life that is taught in the formal religious organizations which teach you not to imitate the God’s image – not to empower yourself to be unique, not to consider yourself eternal in your on-the-earth life, but to follow the prescribed dogmas which are stifling the creativeness.  

The life under the true God’s image is being lived by the people in their normal lives outside the formal religious organizations, and how it is realized is described in many publications in this Blog “Intellectual Judaism” such as

***Why God-guided people are leaving their synagogues/churches***

***Understanding Judeo-Christian morality leads to understanding the True God***

***There is no contradiction between Bible and Archeology if they are understood correctly***

*** Diversity it is not the virtue in itself – the virtue is the public wellbeing which may be enhanced by the diversity … or murdered***

***Democracy it is not the virtue in itself – the virtue is the national identity that the democracy protects***

***Anti-Semitism cannot be defeated by denouncing or criminalizing it***

The God that makes the life meaningful – you may call this life religious or secular

Published by Vladimir Minkov

Vladimir Minkov Ph.D. is a nuclear scientist, published author and writer. He is the co-author of "Nuclear Shadow Boxing", a scientific history of the nuclear confrontation between the Soviet Union and USA during the cold war and is the author of many books on the Jewish identity in the Judeo-Christian civilization. Having lost much of his family in the Holocaust and finding his search for spiritual development stifled in the Soviet Union, Vladimir migrated to the United States in the late 1970s. Here in the USA Vladimir work as a scientist on various peaceful applications of nuclear energy together with American and Soviet/Russian scientist. After his retirement, he concentrated his efforts on the study of the morality of the Judeo-Christian Western Civilization connecting the morality of public life with the morality of religious life with the emphasis on the USA and the State of Israel.

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