Proving God’s Existence, the Jewish Way

February 28, 2024 | Samuel Lebens
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In the Middle Ages, influenced by the efforts of Muslim theologians, some rabbis began devising arguments for the existence of God. In conversation with J.J. Kimche, Samuel Lebens examines some of these arguments, how they differ from and relate to similar arguments advanced by non-Jewish philosophers, and whether they have antecedents in midrash, the Psalms, and other earlier, decidedly non-philosophical texts.

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