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Honest question: why did they start using the baylonian talmud 100 years after death and res of christ?

 
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Honest question: why did they start using the baylonian talmud 100 years after death and res of christ?
Seems like rev 3:9 was right after all.
Talmud has ridiculous holocaust stories too where romans supposedly killed 6 billion when there wasnt even 6 billion people on earth let alone 6 billion Js
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Re: Honest question: why did they start using the baylonian talmud 100 years after death and res of christ?
Hereditary entitlement in all things is very hard to give up, if you think it benefits you.
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Re: Honest question: why did they start using the baylonian talmud 100 years after death and res of christ?
Hereditary entitlement in all things is very hard to give up, if you think it benefits you.
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So after christ came and judged them they didnt take his judgement?
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Re: Honest question: why did they start using the baylonian talmud 100 years after death and res of christ?
The Talmud is the teachings of Edomite converted Rabbi. The Prophets of old, condemned the Talmud as the "Wise sayings of the Elders of Edom".

If you study ancient history, many aspects of the Talmud, are identical to the characteristics of the ancient Edomites. The Talmud, Zohar, all of it, was written a hundred years or more after Christ, but the Edomites would back date it and claim some old Rabbi a few centuries ago really wrote it.
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Re: Honest question: why did they start using the baylonian talmud 100 years after death and res of christ?
Hereditary entitlement in all things is very hard to give up, if you think it benefits you.
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So after christ came and judged them they didnt take his judgement?
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No it just took them that long to make up the Christ.
Just trying to bring rational thinking to the net.
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Re: Honest question: why did they start using the baylonian talmud 100 years after death and res of christ?
Torah?, it is not the whole of the law and distorted with commandments of men, not man.

It was this same Covenant ideology that served as the foundation of the Qumran Community's basic beliefs. The Essenes not only considered themselves to be the 'remnant' of tieir time, but the 'remnant' of all time, the final 'remnant. In the 'age of wrath', while God was making ready to annihilate the wicked, their founders had repented. They had become the 'Converts of Israel'. As a reward for their conversion, the Teacher of Righteousness had been sent to establish for them a 'new Covenant', which was to be the sole valid form of the eternal alliance between God and Israel. Consequently their paramount aim was to pledge themselves to observe its precepts with absolute faithfulness.

Convinced that they belonged to a Community which alone interpreted the Holy Scriptures correctly, theirs was 'the last interpretation of the Law', and they devoted their exile in the wilderness to the study of the Bible. Their intention was to do according to all that had been 'revealed from age to age, and as the Prophets had revealed by His Holy Spirit'.

Without an authentic interpretation it was not possible properly to understand the Torah. All the [email protected] of the inter Testamental era, the Essenes as well as their rivals, agreed that true piety entails obedience to the Law, but although its guidance reaches into so many corners of life - into business and prayer, law court and kitchen, marriage-bed and Temple - the 613 positive and negative commandments of which it consists still do not provide for all the problems encountered, especially those which arose in the centuries
following the formulation of biblical legislation. To give but one example, the diaspora situation was not envisaged by the jurists of an autonomous [email protected] society.

Torah interpretation was entrusted to the priests and Levites during the first two or three centuries following the Babylonian exile. Ezra and his colleagues, the ancient scribes of Israel, 'read from the book of the Law... made its sense plain and gave instruction in what was read'. In
this passage from the Book of Nehemiah viii, 8, [email protected] tradition acknowledges the Institution of a regular paraphrase of Scripture known as Targum, or translation into the vernacular of the members of the congregation. When the parties of the Pharisees, Sadducees, Essenes, etc., came into being with their different convictions, they justified them by interpretations suited to their needs.

Part of Dead Sea Scrolls interpretation.

As Moses lifted up the [old] serpent in the [Holy Qumran community] wilderness; so must the Son of Man - John 3:14
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Re: Honest question: why did they start using the baylonian talmud 100 years after death and res of christ?
Torah?, it is not the whole of the law and distorted with commandments of men, not man.

It was this same Covenant ideology that served as the foundation of the Qumran Community's basic beliefs. The Essenes not only considered themselves to be the 'remnant' of tieir time, but the 'remnant' of all time, the final 'remnant. In the 'age of wrath', while God was making ready to annihilate the wicked, their founders had repented. They had become the 'Converts of Israel'. As a reward for their conversion, the Teacher of Righteousness had been sent to establish for them a 'new Covenant', which was to be the sole valid form of the eternal alliance between God and Israel. Consequently their paramount aim was to pledge themselves to observe its precepts with absolute faithfulness.

Convinced that they belonged to a Community which alone interpreted the Holy Scriptures correctly, theirs was 'the last interpretation of the Law', and they devoted their exile in the wilderness to the study of the Bible. Their intention was to do according to all that had been 'revealed from age to age, and as the Prophets had revealed by His Holy Spirit'.

Without an authentic interpretation it was not possible properly to understand the Torah. All the [email protected] of the inter Testamental era, the Essenes as well as their rivals, agreed that true piety entails obedience to the Law, but although its guidance reaches into so many corners of life - into business and prayer, law court and kitchen, marriage-bed and Temple - the 613 positive and negative commandments of which it consists still do not provide for all the problems encountered, especially those which arose in the centuries
following the formulation of biblical legislation. To give but one example, the diaspora situation was not envisaged by the jurists of an autonomous [email protected] society.

Torah interpretation was entrusted to the priests and Levites during the first two or three centuries following the Babylonian exile. Ezra and his colleagues, the ancient scribes of Israel, 'read from the book of the Law... made its sense plain and gave instruction in what was read'. In
this passage from the Book of Nehemiah viii, 8, [email protected] tradition acknowledges the Institution of a regular paraphrase of Scripture known as Targum, or translation into the vernacular of the members of the congregation. When the parties of the Pharisees, Sadducees, Essenes, etc., came into being with their different convictions, they justified them by interpretations suited to their needs.

Part of Dead Sea Scrolls interpretation.

As Moses lifted up the [old] serpent in the [Holy Qumran community] wilderness; so must the Son of Man - John 3:14
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Why do they practice blood rituals with foreskins and christian children
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Re: Honest question: why did they start using the baylonian talmud 100 years after death and res of christ?
Torah?, it is not the whole of the law and distorted with commandments of men, not man.

It was this same Covenant ideology that served as the foundation of the Qumran Community's basic beliefs. The Essenes not only considered themselves to be the 'remnant' of tieir time, but the 'remnant' of all time, the final 'remnant. In the 'age of wrath', while God was making ready to annihilate the wicked, their founders had repented. They had become the 'Converts of Israel'. As a reward for their conversion, the Teacher of Righteousness had been sent to establish for them a 'new Covenant', which was to be the sole valid form of the eternal alliance between God and Israel. Consequently their paramount aim was to pledge themselves to observe its precepts with absolute faithfulness.

Convinced that they belonged to a Community which alone interpreted the Holy Scriptures correctly, theirs was 'the last interpretation of the Law', and they devoted their exile in the wilderness to the study of the Bible. Their intention was to do according to all that had been 'revealed from age to age, and as the Prophets had revealed by His Holy Spirit'.

Without an authentic interpretation it was not possible properly to understand the Torah. All the [email protected] of the inter Testamental era, the Essenes as well as their rivals, agreed that true piety entails obedience to the Law, but although its guidance reaches into so many corners of life - into business and prayer, law court and kitchen, marriage-bed and Temple - the 613 positive and negative commandments of which it consists still do not provide for all the problems encountered, especially those which arose in the centuries
following the formulation of biblical legislation. To give but one example, the diaspora situation was not envisaged by the jurists of an autonomous [email protected] society.

Torah interpretation was entrusted to the priests and Levites during the first two or three centuries following the Babylonian exile. Ezra and his colleagues, the ancient scribes of Israel, 'read from the book of the Law... made its sense plain and gave instruction in what was read'. In
this passage from the Book of Nehemiah viii, 8, [email protected] tradition acknowledges the Institution of a regular paraphrase of Scripture known as Targum, or translation into the vernacular of the members of the congregation. When the parties of the Pharisees, Sadducees, Essenes, etc., came into being with their different convictions, they justified them by interpretations suited to their needs.

Part of Dead Sea Scrolls interpretation.

As Moses lifted up the [old] serpent in the [Holy Qumran community] wilderness; so must the Son of Man - John 3:14
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Why do they practice blood rituals with foreskins and christian children
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Sons of Belial reinstate sons of men old serpent hive mind bullshit after the fall of Atlantis.

"In Atlantean land during those periods of early rise of sons of Belial as oppositions that became more and more materialized as the powers were applied for self-aggrandizement." This "self-aggrandizement" took the form of the accumulation of wealth and power into the hands of a very few, with the result being extreme social stratification, where perhaps only a few dozens or hundreds of beings ruled over millions of slaves. This situation, of course, was unacceptable to the Sons of the Law of One."

"For as has been given from the beginning, the deluge was not a myth, but a period when man had so belittled himself with the cares of the world, with the deceitfulness of his own knowledge and power, as to require that there be a return to his dependence wholly -- physically and mentally -- upon God." - Edgar Cayce
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Re: Honest question: why did they start using the baylonian talmud 100 years after death and res of christ?
Seems like rev 3:9 was right after all.
Talmud has ridiculous holocaust stories too where romans supposedly killed 6 billion when there wasnt even 6 billion people on earth let alone 6 billion Js
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Re: Honest question: why did they start using the baylonian talmud 100 years after death and res of christ?
The Talmud is the teachings of Edomite converted Rabbi. The Prophets of old, condemned the Talmud as the "Wise sayings of the Elders of Edom".

If you study ancient history, many aspects of the Talmud, are identical to the characteristics of the ancient Edomites. The Talmud, Zohar, all of it, was written a hundred years or more after Christ, but the Edomites would back date it and claim some old Rabbi a few centuries ago really wrote it.
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Yep...

The Bible itself warns about following false teachings.

Even Jesus talked about the rules that men put in place and not the laws of God.

The Torah is true as well as the entire New Testament. Both work together and it is one book.

The Talmud is false.

Last Edited by SouthSide on 06/16/2020 09:43 AM
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