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1. Richard Reveals his Amalekite Affinities!
(a) Discussion Proposal.
I have a simple solution. Why dont you have a debate? discussion with a friend of mine, E..J... on Talk.... Will you accept?
You can listent to some of his recordings on there first if you wish. He will treat you with respect as he always does.
Let me know. He already said he would.
(b) Brit-Am Answer.
You are speaking as if it is all an abstract historical discussion taking place between disinterested equals.
You are Holocaust deniers, allies of the worst people on the face of this earth.
By holding the opinions you do, you have blood on your hands.
(c) Richard Reaction.
Thats what I thought. Take me off your nutjob mailing list. You Jews are going to be exposed- you cant stop it.
2. David Jackson: The Milky Way and the Promise to Abraham.
RE: Brit-Am Now no. 1818
A Thought on the Abrahamic Covenant
While vacationing in Wyoming two summers ago and seeing the majestic arc of
the Milky Way across the sky, I thought about God's promise to Abraham that
his seed would be as uncountable as the stars.
It occurred to me that the bow it formed was like a nighttime version of the
bow God put in the daytime sky when he promised to Noah that the earth would
not again be destroyed by water.
The Milky Way is the seminal fluid and the stars his seed. Many modern
biblical translations say Abraham's "descendants" but the Hebrew word is
"seed", or "semen" in Latin.
3. The Term Jew and the Ten Tribes.
I have problem with the rabbis of
Chabad.org who regularly name People of the Northern Kingdom of Israel
'Jews'. Could you clarify this understanding for me, please.
I am surprised that this matter still bothers you.
In Biblical terms "Jew" means someone from the Kingdom of Judah or their descendants e.g. Mordecai and Esther are both referred to as Jews even though they came from the Tribe of Benjamin.
[On the other hand "Israel" or "Israelite" can mean either someone from Judah or from the Ten Tribes.]
Nevertheless in practice, both Jewish and Christian writers often refer to the Ten Tribes as Jews or Lost Jews.
The word Jew is used as synonymous with Israelite or Hebrew.
This confusion is understandable and must be tolerated.
In some cases people who are otherwise quite familiar with the Bible or at least with a good part of it know next to nothing about the Lost Ten Tribes.
That is why whenever we advertise our books or beliefs to others we always try to have a few introductory sentences saying who the Ten Tribes were.
4. North America Before Columbus and the Ten Tribes.
It seems quite certain that elements from the Ten Tribes and even from Judah tried on several occasions to obtain a foothold in North America before Columbus.
On the whole they do not seem to have been successful for any significant time but they may have intermixed with some of the Amerindians.
This is a subject well worth studying but objective research is marred by the existence of numerous forgeries and exaggerations.
5. Was Job Really a Real Person?
Laureen Zisa wrote:
Regarding Job 5 reflections, how do you reconcile Ezekiel 14?
The Book of Job certainly is deep and what you've written can certainly been seen in that light, but what about the Almighty said to Ezekiel? Some people question if Job really existed. They need to read the whole Bible. Certainly the Psalms are prayers that I do pray directly to the Almighty.
One day Messiah will explain the Book of Job and in the world to come, we will meet Job and praise the Almighty together.
All the best!
Apparently you refer to Ezekiel 14:20
19 Or if I send a pestilence into that land and pour out My fury on it in blood, and cut off from it man and beast, 20 even though Noah, Daniel, and Job were in it, as I live, says the Lord God, they would deliver neither son nor daughter; they would deliver only themselves by their righteousness.
This verse was also quoted by Iben Ezra to support his assertion that Job did exist.
We agree with this.
The fact however that there were those who considered the Book of Job to be based on an allegory that never really took place suggests something about the book.
In other words we do not have to accept this opinion but we can still use its existence to appreciate the atmosphere through which its message is presented.
All truth passes through three
stages: First it is ridiculed.|
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.
Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860).
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