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I am made in the image of God – not in the image of my rabbi

The disagreements among Jews on almost everything is not something new – it has been always an important feature of Jewish character. From the very beginning, various Jewish groups were competing with each other for a “right way” of following the God’s guidance (codified in the Torah) in always challenging and changing life circumstances. DuringContinue reading “I am made in the image of God – not in the image of my rabbi”

Exodus, Jews, Judaism and Israel in the light of Brexit

The true meaning of Brexit is simple and powerful: that is a spiritual separation from the others to preserve and strengthen the own identity and moral foundation (own spirituality). For the nation of UK, it is like the Exodus for the Jews that let the Jewish nation solidify and further develop the Jewish unique identityContinue reading “Exodus, Jews, Judaism and Israel in the light of Brexit”

Judeo-Christian moral principles vs. “Social justice” ideology

In essence, the current US Presidential election battles are the battles for defending the country’s Judeo-Christian moral principles from the assault of “Social justice” warriors. If the “Social justice” warriors win, the injustice in our society will rise as is easily seen when the Judeo-Christian principles for family, equality and morality are compared with similarContinue reading “Judeo-Christian moral principles vs. “Social justice” ideology”

Politically correct “Religious discrimination is wrong” is wrong

Politically correct “Religious discrimination is wrong” is wrong Here is a typical politically correct statement from the news media: Religious discrimination is wrong — a simple statement; and yet despite its simplicity, discrimination against Muslims in the United States is becoming increasingly acceptable. Presidential candidate Donald Trump recently called for a “total and complete shutdownContinue reading “Politically correct “Religious discrimination is wrong” is wrong”

Priests recognized spiritual unity with Jews – the time for Rabbis to follow

In early December 2015, the Vatican’s Commission for Religious Relations with Jews issued a document that strengthens the spiritual unity between the Jews and the Christians. This very important document drew the Church further away from the strained relations of the past with the Synagogue. This document reinforces a Judeo-Christian spiritual unity in the WesternContinue reading “Priests recognized spiritual unity with Jews – the time for Rabbis to follow”

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