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Did David Ben-Gurion believe in God? Not so simple

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After expressing his respect for "believers," Ben-Gurion writes in the Hebrew note that the story of creation cannot possibly be accepted as historical fact.
By JERUSALEM POST

A new exhibition called "The Book of Books in the House of Books" opened Tuesday in the National Library of Israel, featuring Bible-related treasures spanning cultures and centuries.

One item on display, sheds light on the beliefs of Israel’s founding father David Ben-Gurion, a note Israel's first prime minister wrote to Prof. Samuel Hugo Bergmann, a renowned philosopher and close friend of both Franz Kafka and Martin Buber.

After expressing his respect for "believers," Ben-Gurion writes in the Hebrew note that the story of creation cannot possibly be accepted as historical fact because no one was there to witness it.
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