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asked How come chofni and phineas sin or not sinning?
Nov
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comment Why are these words, Judaism, Jews, Hebrew, Ibrani, Judea. Semites refer to jews?
This is the word ibrani used in indonesian wiki id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bahasa_Ibrani
Nov
23
comment Why are these words, Judaism, Jews, Hebrew, Ibrani, Judea. Semites refer to jews?
We called the greek Yunani. I wonder where that verb comes from either.
Nov
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comment Why are these words, Judaism, Jews, Hebrew, Ibrani, Judea. Semites refer to jews?
ibrani is one word used in the bible to describe jews I think. I am indonesian that's a word we use. Perhaps it comes from arabic origin?
Nov
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asked Why are these words, Judaism, Jews, Hebrew, Ibrani, Judea. Semites refer to jews?
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comment Why did God do nothing against the Romans that desecrated the Temple?
I wouldn't repeat the phrase here but blaspheming God and "damning" him seems to be soooooooo popular in western civilization that it's a standard curse words. I hate this **** chair. I messed up with that ***** car.
Jul
15
comment If Jews shouldn't marry non-Jews, why did prominent Jewish leaders do so in the bible?
Oh I see. Those are not mitzvah. Those are fences outside mitzvah. So in a sense, some "authority figure" can add rules. A king may extend sabbath to include friday and sunday and anyone breathing there will be stoned to death (on monday), for example. I mean, won't happen. But technically they can.
Jul
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comment If Jews shouldn't marry non-Jews, why did prominent Jewish leaders do so in the bible?
In one hand, I've heard that no more mitzvah after torah. On the other hand, after Ezra, tada, no more intermarriage. Then now, 50% of jews outside israel intermarry. I mean you don't think nothing is to explain? Doesn't see anything strange?
Jul
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comment Laws of Abrogation
God will never change his commandment prohibiting idolatry. what about other commandments? Any more clear verse there?
Jul
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revised Are all mitzvot in Torah meant to be kept forever?
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comment Laws of Abrogation
But even that changes all the time. Same sex marriage is the most obvious case.
Jul
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comment Are all mitzvot in Torah meant to be kept forever?
Is there any verse in torah saying that all commandments are to be kept forever?
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revised Are all mitzvot in Torah meant to be kept forever?
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comment Laws of Abrogation
what is a peer then? Like peer reviewed scientific journal?