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Maimonidean Rationalism

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Pagan Roots of the Bible
"The Bible is the innerrent word of the living God. It is absolutely infallible, without error in all matters pertaining to faith and practice, as well as in areas such as geography, science, history, etc. Jerry Falwell I have heard this assertion...
Saga of Times Past >> History & Anthropology
Christianity >> The Bible
An Open Letter To The Pagan Community
The following is an "Open Letter" to the Pagan Community from one of the nations "top" Buddhists (in a non-hierarchical way) and appeared in the Winter '93-'94 Green Egg. Since it's an "Open Letter" I doubt I'm stomping on anyone'...
Paganism & Wicca >> Daily Life
Religions >> Buddhism

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Killing off Rational Judaism: The Maimonidean Controversy
The paradox of this struggle between Maimonidean rationalism and Ashkenazi casuistry is that the more formal of the two systems, Maimonides' classicism, would in the long run be the more flexible.
Online and Unabashed: Orthodox Rabbis and Scholars Take to the Internet
Alongside these are independent voices such as Rabbi Natan Slifkin's Rationalist Judaism, Rabbi Harry Maryles' Emes Ve-Emunah blog, and the blog of Rabbi Eliyahu Fink, each with its own devoted—and often overlapping—readership, and lively ...
Family Amulet Captures Jewish Life in India
In Orthodox Conflict, Unity Versus Unilateralism
Does God have a body?
On the one hand, reason dictates that an omnipotent God with absolute unity does not have any form of corporeality, which by definition implies finitude and the ability to be divided.

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