Rabbi Steinsaltz said:
When you say that you think that God exists–how?
Like the wind? Like a dream? Like a nightmare?
Like a hero of a story, of a fairy tale? Like an electronic beam? Like a table?
When a person says, “I have faith, I believe in God,” one of the questions is: Is God as real as a table?
I know a more respectful person wouldn’t put it in such simple words, but would put it in much nicer, more elaborate, and more complicated language.
But, Is God as real as a table?
Do I believe in God in the same way as I believe in a table?
I think it’s a very important question.
When you go to all kinds of places of worship that theoretically contain a great number of the faithful, and you ask them this question, most of them will say God exists something like the wind, not much more.
Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz