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Dear rabbi, I am afraid of the current situation of the world because successful eradication of coronavirus is still in a stagnant position. I know the human brain has no power to know what is the next plan of Hashem. But God always punishes many wicked people on earth when He gets too angry. Has the time already come or do we still have enough time to survive? What does the Torah and works of kabbalah say about it? Please reply, rabbi, because I am worried and I don't know what will happen to me.

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I've been studying a fair amount recently, and one thing I am still have trouble wrapping my head around is the concept that "God is good." From all the arguments I've heard on that, I seem to be able to make the same arguments in reverse. Maybe God is just pure evil. Just as it's possible that an infinite God created us to give us an opportunity for goodness, it seems just as likely that an infinite God could have created us to bestow evil. In terms of the Torah saying that God is good, He could have had that written just to provide the farce which inevitably will lead to a greater evil. How we can definitively know that God is good?

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Dear rabbi, with due respect I ask you this question: I think that crime (murder, corruption etc.) is increasing day by day. Now, I think there will be a day when everybody will joke at honest people - there will be millions of wicked people and very few, and maybe even only one or two honest people. But, at that time will Hashem save them? Or will they be tortured by the hands of the wicked people? Thank you.

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There is a concept of the eternal sin in Christianity. Any sin can be forgiven, blasphemy against the Holy Spirit cannot be forgiven. Is there any concept of unforgivable sin in Judaism?

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This is an age old question: Where did dinosaurs and Neanderthals fit into creation? Were they all before Adam or after Genesis and Adam etc.?
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