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Mira Sucharov

 
MIra Sucharov in Ha'aretz: The Fifth Question - Can Judaism tolerate atheism in its midst?

With Godlessness coming squarely into the mainstream of Western thought, the question of belief may not be settled anytime soon. And it may not need to be.

Mira Sucharov, posted here March22, 2012

Most communities have so-called truths which give rise to standards of behavior. Over time, some ideas get replaced by others, but a core set of beliefs often remains. Within Judaism -- where debate is encouraged -- how far can one go in advancing one’s own values or convictions until one is out of the intellectual or spiritual fold?

To read more click here:  http://www.haaretz.com/blogs/the-fifth-question/can-judaism-tolerate-atheism-in-its-midst-1.417439

 
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