Anti-Semitism: to fight it we must teach Judeo-Christian morality

Anti-Semitism: to fight it we must teach Judeo-Christian morality US House overwhelmingly passes Holocaust education act aimed to fight anti-Semitism. The bipartisan bill allocates $10 million dollars for the expansion of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum’s education programming. However, that is not enough. The only effective way to fight the anti-Semitism is to begin teachingContinue reading “Anti-Semitism: to fight it we must teach Judeo-Christian morality”

This year Jewish Passover coincides with American own Passover

Over three millenniums ago, we the Jews began celebrating the holiday of Passover on the first anniversary of our freedom from Egypt. The spiritual essence of this celebration is clear – the victory of Freedom over Slavery. We did not left Egypt because we were starving and were homeless – we had all that enoughContinue reading “This year Jewish Passover coincides with American own Passover”

Judaism by spiritual authorities and Judaism by spiritual people

The very essence of any religion is to define moral principles of human existence – what is Good and what is Bad in the human life, and what are acceptable means to strengthen Good and suppress Bad. Judaism defines all that for the Jews as Christianity does it for the Christian and Islam for theContinue reading “Judaism by spiritual authorities and Judaism by spiritual people”

Fight the new anti-Semitism by electing Trump and allying with Vatican

It sounds completely weird that electing Trump and allying with Vatican would help fight anti-Semitism better than everything else does. However, Trump’s decision to move the US embassy from Tel-Aviv to Jerusalem and Pope Francis’ confirmation that God gave the Promised Land to the Jews are the key to fight the contemporary anti-Semites. The anti-SemitesContinue reading “Fight the new anti-Semitism by electing Trump and allying with Vatican”

The origin of Judeo-Christian spirituality, and why some hate it

The origin of Judeo-Christian spirituality can be described in the following spiritually Jewish way. The great majority of Jews support the Rambam’s 13 principles of faith with the statement that the Torah is immutable and of divine origin. The Torah states that God created the humans in His image and likeness – all of them,Continue reading “The origin of Judeo-Christian spirituality, and why some hate it”

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