Of course. God says through the prophet Isaiah:
‘Oseh shalom uvoreh ra’ [I make peace and create evil];
Ani HaShem ‘oseh chol elleh [I am the Lord who does all these things] [Isaiah 45:5,7]
Our faith consists of believing that whatever God does that may appear "evil" to us ultimately has a "good" purpose.
G-d can do bad, but does not. As Ramchal explains in Derech Hashem, G-d is the ultimate source of good, and created the world to bestow goodness on others. Doing bad would be against G-d's purpose. G-d gave humans the choice between good and bad so that they can exercise free will and so-to-speak "earn" their reward.
In other words, the opportunity ...
• Mkadesh yourself by abstaining also from that which is permitted to you" (Yevamot 20a)
Ramban counts it as a mitzvah.
• Nedarim 10a - 2 Shittas, one says a Nasir is a Choteh (sinner). What's his averah ? Not drinking wine? Is what the Torah has forbidden you not enough!
Another one says he's a "Ish Kodesh". Why, cause he ...
Christianity says the father son and holy ghost are One. Capital O.
Judaism says G-d Israel and the Torah are one. Lower case o.
While the biggest conversation regarding christianity and idolatry focuses on the trilogy, the idea that the devil is a fallen angel that rebelled against their god and has dominion of some area outside of their gods dominion and ...