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Supplement to Noachide Worship – by Jim

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(in response to https://yourphariseefriend.wordpress.com/2014/08/22/noachide-worship-by-jim/#comment-14819) Thomas,   Thank you for you comment.   Allow me to clarify things with two examples of errors that have cropped up because of the religious…

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Invisible Perfect – by Jim

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Undoubtedly, one of the most important doctrines of Christianity is the moral purity of Jesus.  The missionary would have one believe that Jesus lived a perfectly sinless life, which makes…

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Jeremiah 2:5

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Jeremiah 2:5 The Torah describes the false prophet as one who attempts to “make you stray from the path that the Lord your God has commanded you to walk in.”…

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Very Near

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Very Near In Deuteronomy chapter 30 verses 11 thru 14 Moses reassures the Jewish people that the commandment which he has presented to them is not hidden nor is too…

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Thou Shalt Not Steal

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Thou Shalt Not Steal The narrowest definition of the word “steal” refers to an action of taking possession of someone else’s property through dishonest means. The spirit of the law…

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Fifth Response to Dalton Lifsey – Isaiah 9:5,6 (6,7)

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Fifth Response to Dalton Lifsey – Isaiah 9:5,6 (6,7)   http://thecontroversyofzion.com/2012/02/my-fourth-response-to-yisroel-blumenthal-the-mystery-of-the-godman/ ? Dalton ? I will be using the numbering of the verses from the Hebrew Bible. ? Translation ?…

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The Great Debate

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