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A Yom Kippur pledge: to always examine what is forbidden by tradition to examine

A Yom Kippur pledge “to always examine what is forbidden by tradition to examine” is what Chief Rabbi of Great Britain Lord Sacks believes every Jew should pledge on Yom Kippur. And that’s precisely what I am examining in most of my papers. Below is an article by Rabbi Sacks with my emphasis in italics.Continue reading “A Yom Kippur pledge: to always examine what is forbidden by tradition to examine”

Non-religious Jewish-American philosopher Ayn Rand fulfilled her “Chosen” religious obligations

Jewish-American philosopher Ayn Rand didn’t receive any Jewish education; she never studied with a rabbi and never belonged to a synagogue. Technically, she was not religious. Nevertheless, her creative achievements in making our world a better pace for everybody are spiritually Jewish. How could it be so for a person who proclaimed herself non-religious? AnContinue reading “Non-religious Jewish-American philosopher Ayn Rand fulfilled her “Chosen” religious obligations”

The Difference Between Traditional and Intellectual Interpretations of the Torah

The principle difference between traditional and intellectual interpretations of the Torah consists of the following. The traditional interpretation of the Torah proceeds from the assumption that the Most High created our world unchanging in principle – either nothing changes in our world or something changes in a certain way beforehand. And if that is so,Continue reading “The Difference Between Traditional and Intellectual Interpretations of the Torah”

Spiritual closeness of Jews and Christians and traditional rabbis’ efforts to prevent it

In my papers I’ve made the following points concerning the Judeo-Christian spiritual closeness and collaboration: Very likely what happened on our earth nearly two thousand years ago in fulfillment of God’s covenants is most important, but it all was distorted by history and the religious streams quarreling with each other until it was fully unrecognizable. 

The true Christians are the true friends of Jews, Israel and Torah – and Romney speech in Jerusalem confirms it

I published quite a few papers on the true Christianity that was created by the Jews as realization of their mission of the Chosen people – a mission to bring everybody to the life by Torah. In those papers I called upon the Jews to strengthen Judeo-Christian collaboration in spite of many sins the gentilesContinue reading “The true Christians are the true friends of Jews, Israel and Torah – and Romney speech in Jerusalem confirms it”

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