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”

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”

Without Ten Commandments, our own Judeo-Christian civilization is dead

Yes, without Ten Commandments, our civilization is dead, and our Judeo-Christian spiritual leaders (rabbis, priests) are doing very little to slow down the process of dying. The anti-Torah/Bible forces attack the Ten Commandments as the spiritual foundation upon which our Judeo-Christian civilization has been built. Their goal is to replace the Ten-Commandment-based spiritual foundation ofContinue reading “Without Ten Commandments, our own Judeo-Christian civilization is dead”

Why the Jews support anti-Jewish social movements?

That is true – many Jews are supporting various social movements, which are not only anti-Israel but anti-Jewish (in the true sense of Torah guidance) as well. Many Jews support same-sex marriage over children oriented family, supremacy of all-mighty human government over supremacy of the All Mighty, forced wealth redistribution over free-market forces, pro-Palestinian anti-IsraeliContinue reading “Why the Jews support anti-Jewish social movements?”

Are the Jews, when parting with a synagogue, abandoning God or just their congregation and rabbi?

Only about 20% of Jews are attending Shabbat services at a synagogue – the rest do not participate in the spiritual life of a Jewish congregation. The Jewish majority have parted with Jewish congregations. Have they parted with God and Judaism, or they just parted with their congregations and rabbis? The answer is they haveContinue reading “Are the Jews, when parting with a synagogue, abandoning God or just their congregation and rabbi?”

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