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Do WMDs Make Religion Too Risky?
On his blog, philosopher Eric Kaplan posed a serious question (paraphrased here): If our weapons can destroy all life on earth, can we still afford to believe in a God who plays favorites? People sometimes claim that God is “… … Continue reading
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How to Handle Talking About God
“We can talk about God because the word ‘God’ serves as a handle, connecting us to what we can’t know or understand.” Continue reading
How Theism Has Meaning
My latest blog for The Jerusalem Post: In ancient times, Jewish faith and practice were different from what they are today. Most people know that. However, they usually don’t know the details and don’t think about the implications. In the … Continue reading