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April 5, 2022 10:53 am at 10:53 am in reply to: Is there any difference between a religion and a cult? #2075664
In general, A cult is an extreme version of any religion including judaisim, were there is abuse, and extortion
But in truth, you have to see one to know one…April 5, 2022 10:53 am at 10:53 am in reply to: Is there any difference between a religion and a cult? #2075663
Btw I wanna open a cult…
What you are all getting wrong here is you don’t befin to understand (chabad) the basic tenets of kabbala-chassidus-judaisim.
When the lehavdil christians say that g-d is in yoshe afra lepumeihu they mean that their deity is nowhere else. This is avodah zara.
To say that hashem is all over and is revealed in holy tzadikim is not kefirah. Just like the shechina was bein badei haaron etc etc hashem is melo kol haaretz kevodo but there are certain places where the limited physicallity can be a keli to revelation of gds essance (which is a nimna hanimnaos for a finite physical being to have a revelation of infinity)
When they say that the rebbe runs the world, is means that a rebbe is a tzinor for revelation of gdliness in this world through miracles. So to our physical eyes we can see the way hashem runs the world at all times even darkei hateva when there are no miracles. Anyone who thinks that the rebbe is an entity operating with or against hashem is a kofer or just plain stupid.
The rebbe is a place where gdliness is revealed similar to the beis hamikdosh, which can inspire us to serve hashem better.
Veidach zil gmor, vlav beshufteni askinan
All these problems with atzmus umhus melubash bguf distortion to mean avoda zara – how about the shchina resting in the aron (the taana of the goyim at the churban – see medrash eicha in the begging) which is seemingly the same if not worse
Shabbos chahalocho farkash
Avraham didn’t eat the mustard ether
In chumash and in bava metziya it says avraham didnt eat anything – not even the mustard so he was 100 ashkenazi. The malachim….
Don’t forget he fed the malachim basar bechalv as well