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Is belief in G-d based on Divine revelation or intellectual discovery?
There are different descriptions of the foundation and basis of belief in G-d. The Rambam, the great philosopher and jurist, is commonly understood as...

Is there absolute proof that G-d exists?
The Short Answer:  Not intellectually. Whilst we seek an explanation for everything, human logic cannot prove anything absolutely. For absolute...

What are the thirteen Principles of Faith?
The Jewish faith has many laws, traditions, beliefs, etc. But there are thirteen principles upon which the whole of Judaism stands. To use a mundane...

Be Reasonable. Expect a Miracle.
Why don’t miracles happen anymore? In truth, if we could see all the miracles about us, we might be too stunned to take a step forward. Perhaps our...

How is the first commandment a commandment—what is required of us?
"I am the Lord, your G-d..." is the commandment of incorporating our natural belief in G-d into our reality. We are commanded to understand that...

How do we know that Judaism is correct when there are many other religions?
Rabbi Shlomo Chein: Welcome. I'll be with you in a moment...what's on your mind?Sruli: How do we know Hashem is the only true G-d when there are...

How do I convince an admitted atheist that there is a G-d?
Belief always demands a certain commitment to be willing to believe. Yes, there are logical arguments proving that G-d exists (argument by design and...

What is faith?
Faith is sort of a sixth sense. It is the feeling of knowing something even though you can’t touch or understand it. It usually comes as a result of...

What does it mean to "Believe in G-d"?
The Short Answer: To believe in G-d means not that you're of the opinion that He exists, but that you have found relevance in Him. The Askmoses...

What happens to people who don't believe in G-d?
Rabbi Shlomo Chein: Welcome. I'll be with you in a moment...what's on your mind? searching: does G-d love me? Rabbi Shlomo Chein: sure searching:...

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