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    sukkot supplies
    h.a.r.b.o.r. f.r.e.i.g.h.t. sukkot supplies
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  • Most of us have either confronted this conflict or will come into it at some point: we are either prioritizing the god of our imagination or the God of the Torah.
    Most of us have either confronted this conflict or will come into it at some point: we are either prioritizing the god of our imagination or the God of the Torah.
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  • Is Samuel a continuation of the rebellion of Korah?
    Numbers 26:11 - "And sons of Korah died not."
    Is Samuel a continuation of the rebellion of Korah? Numbers 26:11 - "And sons of Korah died not."
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  • Edited excerpt from talking w/ Pete about the messianic points.
    Edited excerpt from talking w/ Pete about the messianic points.
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  • One of the letters eliminated from Hebrew. My understanding is that it was consolidated into ע, and this is why there are many apparent homonyms that contain ע. Originally the word was spelled with the ghabi', then after being replaced with ע, it became the same spelling as another word that originally had ע.
    One of the letters eliminated from Hebrew. My understanding is that it was consolidated into ע, and this is why there are many apparent homonyms that contain ע. Originally the word was spelled with the ghabi', then after being replaced with ע, it became the same spelling as another word that originally had ע.
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  • It is easy to arrive at the Torah-based view by focusing on the Torah alone. It is difficult to arrive at the Torah-based view when we hold onto other texts and try to reinterpret them to fit the Torah. Imagine where we would be if we were still trying to justify Matthew 5 as if it were Torah.
    It is easy to arrive at the Torah-based view by focusing on the Torah alone. It is difficult to arrive at the Torah-based view when we hold onto other texts and try to reinterpret them to fit the Torah. Imagine where we would be if we were still trying to justify Matthew 5 as if it were Torah.
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  • After years of only occasionally having the temperature get into the high nineties, I was starting to question my memory of repeated 100 degree summer days...
    After years of only occasionally having the temperature get into the high nineties, I was starting to question my memory of repeated 100 degree summer days...
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  • "Let's hurry up and figure out the calendar so we can realize we need to reschedule the event."
    "Let's hurry up and figure out the calendar so we can realize we need to reschedule the event."
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  • Yeshua/JC was right when he pointed out that David disrespected Torah ritual with his behavior, such as how he violated the Torah by eating the showbread/bread of presence. The problem is that the people didn't process the deeper implication of this.
    Yeshua/JC was right when he pointed out that David disrespected Torah ritual with his behavior, such as how he violated the Torah by eating the showbread/bread of presence. The problem is that the people didn't process the deeper implication of this.
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  • Some of the rabbinic opinions on mamzeir, etc, are in line with my initial view about "entering" the assembly. That is, they infer it is talking about a foreign male joining the assembly or marrying in. However, some of them do take the view that the mamzeir command is exclusionary even of people previously in the assembly or people that would normally be in the assembly (a difference in interpretation re: bo' in this context). Could be just classic rabbinic overextension of commands, but it's something to look at further.
    Some of the rabbinic opinions on mamzeir, etc, are in line with my initial view about "entering" the assembly. That is, they infer it is talking about a foreign male joining the assembly or marrying in. However, some of them do take the view that the mamzeir command is exclusionary even of people previously in the assembly or people that would normally be in the assembly (a difference in interpretation re: bo' in this context). Could be just classic rabbinic overextension of commands, but it's something to look at further.
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