An interesting theological question
I only wonder if belief in the Flying Spaghetti Monster would conflict with my Judaism. Does the Torah say that God is not a flying spaghetti monster? Does believe in the FSM contradict any of Maimonides's thirteen articles of the Jewish faith?I'm not Jewish and don't know enough about the Jewish faith even to hazard a guess. Certainly I am unaware of anything in the Torah (or the Bible) that says that God isn't a Flying Spaghetti Monster. (Yes, I know that pasta didn't exist when they were written.) I would imagine, however, that God could appear in any form He wishes. Certainly the consuming of pasta shouldn't be a problem, particularly if it's Kosher. Christians might have a problem with the requirement to end all prayers with "Ramen," instead of "Amen," but that shouldn't be a problem for Jews, I would guess.
This is truly a conundrum for me. Help!
Can anyone else do a better job of helping Andrew out?