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Buddhism is a religion without a god. Depending on what definition one uses, there may be many such religions, though less recognized as such.
On the other side, various people have provided various perspectives on what they mean by “god”, and sometimes those perspectives do not align with formalized or sanctified teachings of any given religion. Spinoza comes to mind. He was excommunicated from Judaism and persecuted by Christians as an atheist, yet he was described a “god intoxicated man”.
convinced himself that writing in a formal style constitutes an acceptable substitute for a reasoned argument.
If my arguments are not sound, we wouldn’t know it from your responses which are never a refutation but always an insult.
Claiming anti-Semitism is a left wing phenomena is not a reasoned argument.
I merely re-stated the findings of an EU survey of European Jews. It shows that 21% of anti Semitic attacks were from left wingers while 13% were from right wingers. If you think that makes it a left wing phenomenon, then that your own conclusion.