In these days of natural disasters that defy our regions, it is good to know that we have the Etz Chaim or Tree of Life within our reach.
These days of Spring-cleaning are very special and are the preparation for these coming very special days were we learn and remember two special liberations, one for a particular people and an other one for all who want to accept the liberation of the curse of death.
In this world many times the people of God have been in the picture to be harmed. More than once God's People were the target to bring humiliation, abjection and pain. In the Book of books we, as lovers of God, are warned that it might perhaps not always be easy, and that several people … Lees verder Mercy to those that harm us
Throughout the ages the Adonai kept caring for His people and calling everybody to come close to Him, worshipping Him alone. To stop the people aiming to come at the same height as Him He baffled their language and told them not to trust in deceptive words and false gods. He also warned them to look forward to a saviour and an offerlamb, greater than all their sacrifices of things that belonged already to God.
God gave man the possibility to meditate on what he had done and looked at the intentions of their korban, willing that they offered some of the goods they considered their belongings.
Whilst some people thought it important to please God others wanted God and gods to please them.
Out of nothing everything was made by the divine Creator but evil came out of the wrong thinking of the first human beings. God gave His Word to mankind so that they would be able to restore themselves to God’s favour.
The religious question "why is there something rather than nothing," has been around since people have been around.
Already for centuries there have been rigorous debates about an existence or non-existence of a Supernatural Power that would or would not have caused our universe come into being. we also can see that by the believers in a Causer or in God there are different concepts about that Causer or Eternal Maker.
After looking at the Biblical, Ontological, Teleological, Cosmological and Moral arguments we now add the Axiological, Epistemological and Noetic arguments and look at the Incoherence of Theism and Presumption of Atheism, with the Problem of Divine Hiddenness.