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‘Done away with,’ or merely suspended?

Central to Christendom’s argument that the Torah or Law is ‘done away with’ is the obvious fact that there is no Temple and therefore, significant chunks of instruction cannot be carried out.  But, does the absence of a Temple mean … Continue reading

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Thoughts from B’reisheet

Today began the new year’s cycle of Torah portions.  Our family attended a small fellowship in Columbia and enjoyed participating in a fun discussion/midrash that took a jaunt through Genesis 1:1-6:8, this week’s portion.  We also participated in their ongoing … Continue reading

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Pictorial Evidence of Scriptural Truth!!

They say a picture is worth a thousand words… Well, an acquaintance sent me a picture from Jerusalem, and it tells about a thousand words… It may be hard to get the message just from this pic, so, here is … Continue reading

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Equivocating on ‘commandments’….

One of the great travesties of our generation, maybe intentionally wrought, is the lack of training we have concerning the basic rules of logic and logical fallacies. Today, I want to explain the logical fallacy called ‘equivocation’ and demonstrate how … Continue reading

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