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Can one ask for more than they deserve?
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In Judaism, there is a very interesting approach to prayer. According to one of the principles of Judaism, god does not change his mind. It is then difficult to understand how one can ask god for ...

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moral value of dairy products?
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If done in a humane way, using natural animal 'products' such as milk and eggs is perfectly fine. Animals should be treated with respect, and they should not be 'over-used', but otherwise I see no ...

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Is a filled hole still a hole?
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A hole, by definition is a gap, or cavity. A filled hole is simply what it's called: a cavity that no longer exists. So, a filled hole is not a hole.

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Is there a way to prove that God, if he were to exist, can intervene upon human lives?
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Let us assume that God exists, since you make that assumption. The individual notion of God does not 'require' him to do anything. It does not even have to mean that god is good-- he may be evil. But ...

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In what sense is atheism scientific?
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First, I must say I do not completely understand your question. If your question is in what way can atheism be reconciled with science: Atheism is a philosophy or belief system that the origins of ...

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Since any human language describes objects, does it therefore contain some knowledge of the Nature and laws of its development?
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I think that a thorough review of the development of language in its primitive state would be very beneficial. If, for example, one could establish a connection between an object's name and the nature ...

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Do some things not exist?
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The idea of the statue of zeus exists. The statue itself used to exist. If there is evidence that something existed, then those things are not around anymore but a record of them being around exists. ...

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Is it possible for a layperson to suitably evaluate scientific disputes?
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As Joseph has kindly pointed out, it depends completely on your level of knowledge in biochemistry and how much research and digging you are willing to do.

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