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You forget that Christianity regards the old testament as sacred

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Submitted by Anon. (United States), Aug 17, 2018 at 00:26

Minor issues like whether it permits eating pork are besides the point. The fact is that at the end of the day, Christianity is an offshoot of Judaism, and in fact was conceived as a development of Judaism. The texts sacred to Judaism are sacred to Christianity as well, so if anything, rather than an oxymoron, it is perhaps somewhat redundant, like saying "a canine dog".

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