I can hardly wait to touch on the next principle of Judaism. In this series, I am exploring the actual beliefs of Judaism rather than the practices or the blood lines of Judaism. Rabbi Moses ben Maimon (better known as Maimonides) wrote the Thirteen Principles of Judaism. We are currently on number three.
That is that God is Incorporeal and Incomparable.
Here is the quote:
“I believe with complete faith that the Creator… has no body and is unaffected by physical phenomena, and there is no comparison to Him with anything.“
(Bilder_meines_Lebens / Pixabay)
So, my Christian brother, where do you stand on this one? Do you believe He is incorporeal and incomparable?
Incorporeal: not composed of matter; having no material existence. – (https://www.google.com/search?q=definition incorporeal
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