"O L-RD, Who are my power and my strength and my refuge in the day of trouble, to You nations will come from the ends of the earth and say, 'Only lies have our fathers handed down to us, emptiness in which there is nothing of any avail! Can a man make gods for himself, and they are no gods? 'Therefore, behold I let them know; at this time I will let them know My power and My might, and they shall know that My Name is the L-RD".
Jeremiah 16:19-21

Being Jewish

Torah: The Blueprint of the Universe …

October 25, 2012

  The Torah of Hashem is perfect, it restores the soul. The testimony of Hashem is trustworthy, it makes simple people become wise. The instructions of Hashem are proper, they make one’s heart happy; the commandment of Hashem is clear, it enlightens the eyes. The fear of Hashem is pure, and endures forever. The judgments […]

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How Does a Jew Attain Salvation?

October 25, 2012

Christianity maintains that all men are doomed to sin, and everyone will go to everlasting hell unless they accept jesus as their savior. Judaism has always held that we do not need that sort of salvation, for we are not doomed or damned at birth. We are not doomed or fated to sin. Quite the […]

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What Judaism Thinks of Missionaries

December 20, 2011

  by Being Jewish Whenever possible, whenever we were allowed to, we Jews have lived side by side with Christians, Muslims, and pagans, without causing them any trouble. We have no desire to proselytize to them; we have no desire to turn them into Jews. In fact, we have no Commandment in our religion to […]

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Does Judaism Believe in Satan? Part Two

July 13, 2011

By Being Jewish The Christians don’t understand how an angel of G-d can try to seduce people to disobey G-d, so they came to the unsupported conclusion that Satan must have rebelled against G-d. This is completely contrary to everything Judaism believes. We reject that interpretation entirely. What, then, does Judaism teach about Satan? Did […]

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Why Did G-d Create the World? Part One

July 13, 2011

By Being Jewish Judaism teaches that Hashem wished to do good, so He created beings that could appreciate it. It means that Hashem created humanity to enjoy a relationship with Hashem, that we experience the ultimate pleasure of the Presence of Hashem. Ultimately, humanity wants pleasure. We understand the concept of pleasure, because Hashem has […]

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Christianity, Mithras and Rome …

June 9, 2011

Pre-existing Legends and the Gospels The Roman dogma is a mixture of historical and pre-existing themes. Mithraism, a religion derived from Zoroastrism, was very popular in Rome at the same time that Christianity was spreading. Mithras was believed to be the son of the sun, sent to the earth to rescue humankind. Two centuries before […]

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Why Did G-d Create the World?

June 1, 2011

Judaism teaches that Hashem wished to do good, so He created beings that could appreciate it. It means that Hashem created humanity to enjoy a relationship with Hashem, that we experience the ultimate pleasure of the Presence of Hashem. Ultimately, humanity wants pleasure. We understand the concept of pleasure, because Hashem has given us that […]

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Does Judaism Believe in Satan?

June 1, 2011

(This article should be read after my article Why Did G-d Create the World?) The Christians don’t understand how an angel of G-d can try to seduce people to disobey G-d, so they came to the unsupported conclusion that Satan must have rebelled against G-d. This is completely contrary to everything Judaism believes. We reject […]

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