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Discerning Truth Versus Error

Reader comment on item: Israel's Predicament at 60: World's worst neighbourhood
in response to reader comment: Kittab - Bible - Torah

Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), May 27, 2008 at 18:40

If Jennifer would permit, the following questions are posed.

Who gave the orders to kill, Moses or the Great I Am of the Commandments? For which cause? None other than that of idolatry after being brought of Egypt by the power of the LORD.

"What difference does it make whether it is Kittab or Ingeel or Torah," an argument which has little meaning if one does not believe in the power that lies behind the Hebrew Holy Scriptures, of which the Torah-Neviim-Ketuvim and the Brit Hadassah are a part. As to the use of the terms kittab, ingeel, which are terms in Farsi and other languages as well since much Farsi contains Arabic in the same way English contains French words. Faith in the words of truth are what is important, and that is what the Holy Bible contains. By the way, David did write all the Psalms.

Again, did Moses command the deaths of those who worshpped the calf, or the Great I AM?

"Similarly it is better for the Christians to kill themselves rather than associate other Gods with God." One will never, NEVER find this in anything true to the Holy Bible, only instead in the imaginations of those who hold the Holy Bible in unbelief.

And this one "and by the way it was not Aaron (The prophet) who made the Calf - it was a Samaritan Jew who did that" is completely anathetical, since, for there to be a Samaritan, there needs to be a Jewish Nation in the land first (that comes in the Book of Joshua, after the Exodus) and there needs to be the Assyrian deportation next (in the Chronicles), as is found in the Kittab, Holy Bible. The deportation came after the Torah.

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