Spinoza believed that there is no Divine intervention, and that all events are fatalistically destined to occur (thus there is no free will).For these and other heretical ideas, Spinoza was officially shunned by the Jewish community.Some people are so used to their career or business, that they feel tremendous anxiety over the possibility of losing their job, or of their product becoming obsolete.
Stated a bit differently: If God is infinite, then He is represented by the numerical equivalent of "infinity." The question of making a rock of such proportions thus begs the question – which is greater, infinity, or infinity plus one?
Essentially, there is no such thing as infinity plus one, for if you could add “one” to the mathematical value of infinity, then infinity in the equation, "infinity plus one" would, by definition, not be infinite. In Jewish terms, the question is further flawed since it implies that physical characteristics apply to God. In 1656, the Jewish elders of Amsterdam issued an excommunication notice against Baruch Spinoza.
Yet one of Maimonides' 13 Principles of Faith states: "I believe with perfect faith that God does not have a body. There is nothing that resembles Him at all." So can God terminate His own existence? Spinoza was a philosopher who postulated that God and nature are equivalent, and that the Bible is purely allegorical.
Spinoza is known as the "Jewish Atheist," and he is considered the founder of modern biblical criticism.
What you are asking is a version of the well-known riddle: "Can God create a rock too heavy for Him to lift?
" These and other similar questions are bothersome, because they imply a limitation in God's power: Either he is unable to create such a heavy rock, or He is unable to lift it. The question assumes that infinities – an infinitely heavy rock and an infinite God – can be compared.But as we know from 10th grade math class, two infinities cannot be quantified, and thus cannot be compared.It's not an inability in God, but rather incoherence in the task proposed.If I would have become a jeweler, I would have starved to death.In the 30 years that I have been a blacksmith, not one person approached me about jewelry." The Almighty can always supply a person with different ways of earning a living.If until now you chose one way, you can still be successful in many other ways. One young man whom I treated for drug addiction expressed what must be on the minds of many young people who have either used drugs or resorted to other unhealthy types of behavior.