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Apr
29
asked Why are there 40 commandments in 10 commandments?
Apr
24
comment How do books which have obviously been compiled become part of Tanach?
So, in Judaism, only torah is inerrant. The rest of the tanach while very accurate and "worthy" is not inerrant. That's the difference between Christian typical inerrant doctrine and Judaism. What about talmud? That's even less inerrant
Apr
24
comment How do books which have obviously been compiled become part of Tanach?
So we have faith not on the author but on the compiler. What's next? Translators? Interpreters? Miyodeya answerers? If that's the case, why need God at all? We got all these holy translators, interpreters, and miyodeya answerers we can trust here. Who needs the bible. Just listen to what they think is true and tada you got theology.
Apr
17
accepted Why is Chronicles so similar to Kings?
Apr
17
revised How do books which have obviously been compiled become part of Tanach?
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Apr
17
comment How do books which have obviously been compiled become part of Tanach?
So if latter some guys recompile and reedit the tanach into a different book. Say the original is lost. Then, the new book will be the holy ones too? What about copying error? We got divine copy error too?
Apr
17
comment How do books which have obviously been compiled become part of Tanach?
What imprimatur those chronicles, kings, and psalms have that we know it's "divine".
Apr
17
revised How do books which have obviously been compiled become part of Tanach?
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Apr
17
comment How do books which have obviously been compiled become part of Tanach?
Why didn't God tell people to write the final version of the holy book right from the beginning? Why the book has to "evolve" first into it's final form?
Apr
17
comment How do books which have obviously been compiled become part of Tanach?
Imprimatur? What's that? How do we know that a book is holy? There are so many rabbis that also says pretty wise things. Why they're not part of the scriptures?
Apr
17
revised How do books which have obviously been compiled become part of Tanach?
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Apr
16
comment Why did none of the later kings of Israel destroy Amalek?
So people are guilty and innocent based on who their ancestors are?
Apr
16
comment Are there any jokes in tanach?
I am an aspie. So I don't jump to conclusions most neuro typicals take for granted.
Apr
16
comment Are there any jokes in tanach?
I think part of the jokes of "is there no grave in egypt" is the idea that egypt is famous for its graves. Pyramids are graves, for example. They're effectively saying that the whole point of their deliverance is because because they are so pathetic they don't deserve graves like Pharaohs.
Apr
16
asked How do books which have obviously been compiled become part of Tanach?
Apr
16
comment Why is Chronicles so similar to Kings?
Where can I find more of those edits? Where can I learn more about this?
Apr
16
comment Why is Chronicles so similar to Kings?
Edited? Something like tikune soferim?
Apr
15
comment Why is Chronicles so similar to Kings?
There are several version of Torah failedmessiah.typepad.com/failed_messiahcom/2011/04/…. jews seem to believe that the masoretic version, made around 10th century, the be the closest to original. Christians are more open minded about possibility of dead sea scrolls being more accurate on some part. The number of years the noah ancestors live may have been edited in masoretic
Apr
15
comment Why is Chronicles so similar to Kings?
@Gary, Torah is edited? What's your source?
Apr
15
comment Why is Chronicles so similar to Kings?
So most of Tanach is not "original"