Tag Archives: Bechira

We’re the Future of the Past, and the Past of the Future

You can meet your past going toward your future or try to travel to the future and end up in your past.  That, dear friends, is a premise of non-linear time and the theory of Godel.  Within Torah thought, past … Continue reading

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Parshas Kee Saytzay — No Dissing a Dead Body

This week’s Torah portion includes the instructions that we are to bury the dead body of the capital punishment prisoner.  Rashi explains why we are so careful in burying a person, even the person who gets the death penalty because … Continue reading

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Free Choice – Bechira – (Everyone Can Choose Morality, No Insanity Defense)

“The only reason the electromagnetic force does not complete overwhelm gravity in the world around us is that most things are composed of an equal amount of positive and negative electrical charges whose forces cancel each other out.”  So writes … Continue reading

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