Organizing the Bible and the Talmud

Originally posted on The Thousand-Year View:
My latest blog post for The Jewish Journal: Do you know what it says in the Book of Deuteronomy, Chapter 8, verse 3? Unless you’re a rabbi or a savant, you probably don’t. Neither do I. But we know how to look it up. We just open the Torah,…

Facilitations of science and loss of peace of mind

In the past man has looked around him and could see many things he could not understand. Out of vanity man thought of himself to be superior to everything around him. In a way his inner feeling brought him ideas that there had to be a Superior Being that created everything. But for many this […]

Man his beginnings or emerging, continuation, evolution and anthropology

We are here on this earth, no matter what you think how we came to be or how we developed or evolved, many theories have found day light. Lots of Christians and Muslims do have a wrong concept about the first man and woman, expecting to have looked very much like modern human beings. They […]

Approachers of ideas around gods, philosophers and theologians

Many find because a deity can not scientifically proven there is therefore no deity existing. However, they do not ask themselves what scientific rules should be applied and of which or where the authenticity or accuracy of this knowledge can come from. Many things that were once seen as scientifically valid are disrupted by the […]

Toute l’Écriture divinement inspirée, écrit pour notre instruction

“Au maître-chantre. Psaume de David. (19-2) Les cieux racontent la gloire de Dieu, et l’étendue fait connaître l’œuvre de ses mains.” (Psalmen 19:1 OST) “1  Alors Dieu prononça toutes ces paroles, en disant : 2 Je suis l’Éternel ton Dieu, qui t’ai retiré du pays d’Égypte, de la maison de servitude. 3 Tu n’auras point d’autres […]

Interpretation of archaeological data

The interpretation of archaeological data and its association to the biblical text is a veritable minefield, as it is often inspired by the scholar’s personal attitude towards the text . . . we face over and over again arguments that, at their core, are circular. This was as true at the time of William F. […]