Unformatted text preview: Even as a Jew, I believe that the existence of God is improbable, and that the Torah was written by man, as if God does not exist, then who gave the Torah to Moses? Possibly Moses himself? Or possibly a mountain man? Artisan, perhaps? Any way it is, man can write, and the idea that man wrote the Torah, I believe, is highly probable. Even before this class, I still felt this way about the Torah and God’s existence, but even so, if the Torah is written by man, it does not make the publication any less true or accurate. In fact, being written by man could actually be better, because there is a greater closeness to earth with man than there is with God. But, God and the Torah still have the largest place in Judaism, regardless of their truthfulness....
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- Monroe, L
- Judaism, Moses, Jordan Spitzer, simple yes-or-no question