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Melvin doesn't respond at all to the substance of what I said....

Reader comment on item: Rebuttal from The Moorish Science Temple of America-1928
in response to reader comment: If we investgate the word Translation

Submitted by orange yonason (United States), Feb 4, 2014 at 04:19

...but instead chooses to indulge himself in a bit of double-talk, beginning with some useless semantics about how "J" isn't used in Hebrew, even though when I write "Jew," everyone knows to whom I refer.

And I don't need to be schooled in the correct interpretations of "Ever" or "Eber," and "Ivri" or "Ha-Ivri" and the nuances of their various meanings, or who is and is not a Jew, especially by someone who doesn't quite get it right.

In case some readers are interested in learning more about that, this is a good introduction.

But none of that alters the fact that prophecy (a.) Doesn't exist today, and (b.) Was the exclusive province of the Jewish People, as it will be again when our Moshiach is revealed and our Temple rebuilt on it's location, may that be soon!

Here's a bit of information on Prophecy for those who are interested. If we educate ourselves, then claims which contradict reality and mislead us can easily be dismissed, and we can move on.


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