10 Rabbis Explain God
Rabbi Bradley Artson
"People misunderstand the nature of divine “power” as coercive, as omnipotence. Thinking of God as having all the power leaves us rightly feeling betrayed and abandoned (“was I not good enough for God to intervene?”). It leaves theologians in the position of Job’s friends—discounting our core ethical knowledge in an attempt to defend the indefensible. We do know good and evil: God infuses us with that awareness.”
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