Category Archives: Judaism

Where Does Judaism Differ From Christianity?

Dennis Prager writes: Ethical monotheism means two things: 1. There is one God from whom emanates one morality for all humanity. 2. God’s primary demand of people is that they act decently toward one another. If all people subscribed to … Continue reading

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NYT Deputy Washington Editor Jonathan Weisman’s New Book, (((Semitism))): Being Jewish in America in the Age of Trump: ‘The Jew flourishes when borders come down, when boundaries blur, when walls are destroyed, not erected.’

Yes, that is the opening sentence: “The Jew flourishes when borders come down, when boundaries blur, when walls are destroyed, not erected.” I would say that Weisman is far away from Judaism. The Hebrew word for holy, kadosh, means separate. … Continue reading

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How Do You Change Your Life?

There was a nasty guy I saw at Placer High School named Steve Pitman. He was a bully. I kept my distance. He scared me. A couple of years after I left high school, I ran into him again and … Continue reading

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How Does Jewish Nationalism Compare With White Nationalism?

“Nationalism is all about creating myths about how wonderful your country is,” says John Mearsheimer in a recent video. In many ways, Jewish nationalism and white nationalism have more in common with each other than either do with Christianity. Both … Continue reading

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Is Judaism Connected To A Particular People?

.@benshapiro Is Judaism a free-floating value system? Or is it intrinsically connected to the Jewish people? — Richard ☝🏻Spencer (@RichardBSpencer) October 24, 2017 Yes, theoretically, anyone can convert to Judaism, but in practice, conversion is difficult, particularly to Orthodox Judaism. … Continue reading

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