In this guest post on Rabbi Harry Maryles's Emes Ve-Emunah blog, R' Motty Finkel makes the case that "by and large" those who reject Judaism do so because they do not understand "who Hashem is and what he represents." I agree with R' Harry that this and other views of R' Finkel are "shared by the majority of professionals in the field as well;" where R' Harry and I part ways is thinking that they are correct.
I am here issuing a challenge to anybody* who would like to debate me with regards to the validity of Orthodox Judaism. I would be debating that core claims of Orthodox Judaism are incorrect. The debate would be either over separate videos (that is, you would make a video of yourself making an argument and I would respond with my own video) or written-out arguments. Either way (e.g. through the video or text format), I would post both of our opinions on my blog unedited. We'll work out the details, such as the exact nature of the proposition we will debate as well as the time span (e.g. it could be every day for 2 or 3 days, once a week for a month, etc.), together. Please comment here or (if you prefer) email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have the courage of your convictions and would like to take me up on my offer.
*Because the Internet is a very large place and I may receive more than one offer, I reserve the right to reject offers.