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Can God Consider Himself to Be Wrong?

B"H The Bible has at least 2 places where God changes course or even regrets his actions. Does that mean God can consider Himself to be wrong? First of all: no. Second, I'm assuming you're ...
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Are these verses about Hashem's anger a contradiction?

The Ahavat Yehonatan (on the Haftarah of Behar) explains that "forever" overhere means fifty years, as we find by a Jewish slave who goes free after the fiftieth year, even though it says ...
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Can God Consider Himself to Be Wrong?

This isn't a comprehensive theological answer to your question, but I wanted to expound, from a logical perspective, on something another user mentioned. It's explained that in order for Hashem to ...
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If saying a Beracha over a worldly benefit is a logical mitzva, are non believers exempt? Are Chazal saying Hashem's existence is a svara?

The phrase from Brachot 35a cited by the OP is from the beginning of the sixth perek of Brachot where the Gemara attempts to find a satisfactory scriptural source passuk (verse) from which to derive ...
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Can God Consider Himself to Be Wrong?

In Derech Mitzvotecha Mitzvat Haamanat Elokut 7, the Tzemach Tzedek teaches us how to resolve these issues about Hashem having emotions brought up by the philosophers and Kabbalists, and concludes ...
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Can God Consider Himself to Be Wrong?

Deuteronomy 32:4 seems to imply that He cannot be wrong.
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G-d doesn't have emotions? Why?

There is a philosophical concept that discusses the difference between essence and expression, and it is from this philosophy that the issue you ask about arises. This is the main thrust of the first ...
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