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Understanding the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:2-17 NKJV)

Understanding the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:2-17 NKJV) 1          “I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. You shall have no other gods before Me. Understanding the First Commandment *God (that is the Ten Commandments and their derivatives) is the only source forContinue reading “Understanding the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:2-17 NKJV)”

We cannot mitigate the force of antisemitism if we wrongly define its roots

Recently I have addressed this subject in a post “The rabbi is wrong on the roots of anti-Semitism”. However, the newly revealed acts of anti-Semitism in Europe moved me to address this subject again. From the news media: Writing in The Telegraph on 3rd May, the Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis addresses the problem of anti-Semitism onContinue reading “We cannot mitigate the force of antisemitism if we wrongly define its roots”

Why our social ills are not cured by our social medicines: the case of “race discrimination”

Our social medicines do not cure our social ills since what we call the social medicines had created the social ills we are trying to cure, and the case with “race discrimination” demonstrates why it is so. We have been witnessing an increased number of race-related, blacks-on-whites (and other varieties of color-on-color) disturbances. Here isContinue reading “Why our social ills are not cured by our social medicines: the case of “race discrimination””

God and Religion in the Torah – and they may disagree

Preface I have received from MiKu the following comment: “So you discard a Talmudic idea because it doesn’t fit your agenda, then you aren’t qualified to invent “Intellectual Judaism””, and I have responded in the following way: “Michael, I am not discarding anything. I am, in my human duty as a spiritual scientist, trying toContinue reading “God and Religion in the Torah – and they may disagree”

One more proof that Ten Commandments are socially just and Social Justice is unjust

I am re-posting my recent post on Ten Commandments vs. Social Justice with a story on how the reinforcement of the Social Justice by the government of Greece failed the people of Greece and committed the injustice to Europe. From the news media: a devastating result of replacing Judeo-Christian, Ten-Commandments-based work ethics by Social-Justice workContinue reading “One more proof that Ten Commandments are socially just and Social Justice is unjust”

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