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comment Why don't Jews sacrifice animals anymore?
ugh, I have heard the word Yom Kippur, but don't know what exactly it is, I don't know what teshuvah means or is. So is Kaparah just aaa.. translation of a Hebrew word meaning you've paid for atonement, like you said, or is there more to it? Is slichot a translation for forgiveness, and Kaprah a translation for atonement, or is there more to it? In the sense of, does one of those words represent something more? Like a ceremony or something that happened? Sorry, you're speaking to someone completely ignorant. Maybe I should be using Google?
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comment What does the term “sons of G-d” mean?
Is it "Bene Elohim"? Doing a google search for "Beni-Elohim" shows results with how it's first spelled in this comment. Also, doesn't the septuagint translate it as "Sons of G-d"? Nearly every Google search comes up as people saying it's translated "Sons of G-d". Also, what do you believe it to mean? Or, what are the different beliefs about what this means?
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