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awarded  Autobiographer
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comment What influences and books do modern Jews read today is it as it is said in the encylopedias? please help
I can understand that. sorry to be so questioning there is a lot going on through the influences of books and those outputs are not right and would like to see people address these issues rather then hide in the text for answers. We no what wrong is, the process of bringing unhappiness to yourself, animals or another human being. no exceptions and it is perfectly attainable to do so on a daily basis locally and globally. but u can only lead by example.
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should stand up against immoral ways and not just ignore them. We do live in a time where people must question the past and preseant and see where it is leading.
Jul
20
comment What influences and books do modern Jews read today is it as it is said in the encylopedias? please help
It seems to me that our history shows us that we should lead the world yes, which we have achieved but i think there has become moral issues of this leadership. i dont not believe it was meant for us alone to be held highly but to bring true justice (not money making systems of prejudice law systems or banking systems), nor should we promote the usage of bad media or war. think our purpose has been clouded in a man made desires, and maybe not the majority but certainly the powerful. I believe the people
Jul
20
awarded  Teacher
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20
comment The essence of a thing is in its Hebrew name?
b a is right doesnt matter what man creates we are basically just taking what is already there and manipulating nature or what god has already created, nothing is ever really "new" its just recompiled old, and i guess language is the same, has the building blocks to create any word but the word isnt new in essence it really always "was" just recompiled. But to reinvent an existing word could lead to the sound patterns changing and therefore changing its effect on the universe, each word spoken is more powerful then we will accept as we misuse speech everyday.
Jul
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revised What influences and books do modern Jews read today is it as it is said in the encylopedias? please help
edited title
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comment What influences and books do modern Jews read today is it as it is said in the encylopedias? please help
If you read the history of Babylon and there ways of life you will understand more clearly why the Babylonian Talmud reads the way it does.
Jul
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comment What influences and books do modern Jews read today is it as it is said in the encylopedias? please help
I was told earlier to not answer a question based on opinion, am i reading this right? "The Babylonian Talmud records the opinions of the rabbis of Israel as well as of those of Babylonia" opinion??? where living off opinions of men?
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comment What influences and books do modern Jews read today is it as it is said in the encylopedias? please help
available. On the other hand, because of the centuries of redaction between the composition of the Jerusalem and the Babylonian Talmud, the opinions of early amoraim might be closer to their original form in the Jerusalem Talmud.
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comment What influences and books do modern Jews read today is it as it is said in the encylopedias? please help
thought it was intresting (not that i read from wiki but u did post the link) the wikipedia says The Babylonian Talmud records the opinions of the rabbis of Israel as well as of those of Babylonia, while the Jerusalem Talmud only seldom cites the Babylonian rabbis. The Babylonian version also contains the opinions of more generations because of its later date of completion. For both these reasons it is regarded as a more comprehensive collection of the opinions
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awarded  Commentator
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comment What influences and books do modern Jews read today is it as it is said in the encylopedias? please help
thanks for editing my intro, a much better read now.
Jul
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comment What influences and books do modern Jews read today is it as it is said in the encylopedias? please help
even for you to say "i think it okay"??? to me that would be blasphemy??? for something as important as a book telling us the holiest of holiest of ways to live to be just okay, says a lot to me.
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comment What influences and books do modern Jews read today is it as it is said in the encylopedias? please help
but somethings just seem so... dont even want to say it.... wrong???
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changed in order to allow for Babylonian ways to continue and continue in a justified manner. no man has the power or right to change the word of god.
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comment What influences and books do modern Jews read today is it as it is said in the encylopedias? please help
enough to withstand time and any situation if pure and holy, there would be no need for change. why would god as powerful creator say something that is only relevant for a couple o hundred years then leave it up to us to manipulate to fit our needs. it is not a choice to have responsibility nor is responsibility something to be disregarded as choice. History shows the clear movement of what i see ass is influences from other cultures entering Judaism and in order for our new desires to be met the scripts where
Jul
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comment What influences and books do modern Jews read today is it as it is said in the encylopedias? please help
jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/12087-pharisees is a start on some of the history of the pharisees gaining power and CHANGE occurring. Im sure you have read the talmud which is an even more interesting read, really quite concerning it just doesnt seem write to me. our people our histroy is important and its the peoples responsiblity to make sure where not being misguided. i do not wish to question things but when it is written that things have changed then i cant help but ask how and for what reason, surely if god gave a word then it would be logical and holy
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awarded  Scholar
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20
comment What influences and books do modern Jews read today is it as it is said in the encylopedias? please help
Thank you Sir. Do you think it is ok to read the the Babylonian Talmud? i have read it and it upsets me if im honest, makes me cry, i cant understand that the word of god would be like this.