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Human Debate of Scriptural Issues Never Turns Out Good

Reader comment on item: "Godless Saracens Threatening Destruction":
in response to reader comment: What's in a name?

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Dec 16, 2020 at 18:04

Scripture Admonishes Against Debate of Truth:

Argumentative debate about religious attitudes take on various and myriad travel paths in the human psyche and virtually always never meet at the same point after running out to the end.
This is what this is appearing to do here; and from a perspective of influences, it is going to go astray. Since each perspective here is running parallel and there being no intersection for the lack of common interpretative understanding on the modern context, there's not more to discuss.
What's in a name? Ask HaShem. (Exodus 3:14, 15)
Does HaShem care about how His name is spoken, in honor; in blasphemy? (Isaiah 44:6) (Isaiah 63:8-16) Let Hashem speak for Himself. From here, I know He is my redeemer, as He has written.


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