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Denial of Scripture is Proof of its Fulfillment

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Aug 26, 2021 at 12:18

Earlier in this forum it was (and this is not the first time such a request has been made-and certainly not the last), that religion be left out of the discussion. Secularism definitely has its established following, going back to the Gnostics as written of by the Apostle Paul and others; in modern ideological terms as is seen in the writings of Marx and others, a modern understanding of the current events is now more clearly seen in religious viewing.
But in an astonishing turn of events, to say the least, one of such epochal proportions, one would have a hard time discerning that such a break in religious observations would come from the head of the 'Universal' Church in Rome. As quoted from international sources - "The Law (Torah), however, does not give life, it does not offer the fulfillment of the promise because it is not capable of being able to fulfill it."
This has Jewish authorities distraught in such a manner that a 'clarification' is required as it appears the Roman Church is once again, trying to rewrite Jewish connections to the Holy Bible; it is the the spark of the Crusades all over again. Wars have been started over such contentious terms; what were they thinking?
Yet think about what is happening as the Prophet Jeremiah's concerns to his people are now being seen again. Read Chapter 21:9. Do not forget the remonstrations in the closing readings made by Moshe in Deuteronomy, 28 to the end; 30:15. This is the Jewish destiny; miss this memo and and misunderstanding will bring all who do not understand to a place of consequences no one will comprehend, especially in secularistic terms.

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