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History, moreover, disclosed not only God’s purpose but also humankind’s inability to live in accord with it.

Even the chosen community failed in its obligation and had to be summoned back, time and again, to its responsibility by the prophets—the divinely called spokespersons who warned of retribution within history and argued and reargued the case for affirmative human response.

But I will say I keep my pool at 92 degrees, so you do the math. One of my best friends is Jewish beyond all Jews–I went to my first Passover seder at his house– and I train in Krav Maga with a lot of Israelis. Mayer said: So here I am, introducing a third side.

God’s presence is also experienced within the natural realm, but the more immediate or intimate disclosure occurs in human actions.Although other ancient communities also perceived a divine presence in history, the understanding of the ancient Israelites proved to be the most lasting and influential.It is this particular claim—to have experienced God’s presence in human events—and its subsequent development that is the differentiating factor in Jewish thought.John Mayer was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut and grew up in Fairfield, Connecticut.Mayer comes from a dual-religious home: half Jewish and half Christian of some kind. Referring to the fact that orthodox Judaism only considers one Jewish if their mother was Jewish, Mayer said: I’m half Jewish. He said: Slightly vile and possibly offensive comments aside, Mayer has said some things that make a lot of sense, even if they aren’t popular in today’s socio-political environment.