Perspectives on Alhym (Elohim) Historically and Today

A.     Introduction         The biblical word translated “God” is actually written in the original Hebrew as: ALHA (singular) or Alhym (conjugated).  In modern Hebrew, this has become ‘Elohim’, ‘Eloha’, and so forth.  There is much to say here — for example, Alhym can also be a quality, “godly”.  See e.g. the comparison in Daniel 4:8 between […]

Civility

This post is written especially for restless Americans who wish to take back the Republic. First, let’s drop the nostalgia. It’s debatable whether there ever really was a fair Republic on this land (either with Americans or native Indians), or even a mildly simpler time – free of oppression, ignorance and corruption.  And as for […]

Restricted Movements

Throughout history, political underdogs with momentum always seem to prevail over the aggressor, only to be hijacked by the powers-that-be, thereby becoming the very aggressor originally opposed. “There is nothing more common in history than for oppressed people to rise up against their masters and, at great cost in treasure and blood, throw off the […]

Assumption of Risk

The famous quote from Aesop: “Do not count your chickens before they are hatched.” The reply by Oscar Wilde: “People who count their chickens before they are hatched, act very wisely, because chickens run about so absurdly that it is impossible to count them accurately.” Before these is the harrowing quote attributed to the messiah, […]

Base Logic

Human logic is rooted in sensory experiences known to you as relevant primarily by proximity of events in time and space.  From these dimensional bases, the human mind derives parallel conclusions based on as many factors as can be imagined.  It’s an open question whether imagination is non-dimensional, but we do know that foundation is […]