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Ahadhaamoratsim Wrote: Jul 07, 2014 7:20 PM
No, Jimmy Carter is an old-fashioned unreconstructed Jew-as-Christ-Killing-Christian-hating-greedy-deceitful--enemy-of-all-mankind anti--semite, which (along with payments from the Arabs) is what drives his Israel-bashing lies and his readiness to falsely accuse Israel of what its enemies do to it, and to overlook the acts and goals of its enemies.
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Ahadhaamoratsim Wrote: Jul 07, 2014 7:16 PM
So telling the truth about what the Bible says (in this case, that messianic prophecy appears later and not in the 1st 5 books) is an anti-Christ position? That's a telling comment, isn't it?
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Ahadhaamoratsim Wrote: Jul 07, 2014 7:13 PM
Interesting that you have given no citations to statements that you have pulled out of context, or distorted, or fabricated, from a work that spans over 22 volumes.It's almost as though you did not want people to be able to check on the authenticity of your sources. I notice you also do not point out that the Talmud is a record of debates and discussions, and that not every statement in it (in fact, a small minority of the statements) represent the normative law.
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Ahadhaamoratsim Wrote: Jul 07, 2014 7:09 PM
If it weren't for the fact that the Talmud is the Oral Law, which was given to Moses contemporaneoulsy with the Written Law, and if it weren't for the fact that the Written Law refers in many places to the Oral Law, commanding Moses to teach it to the Jews and commanding the Jews to study and follow it, your statements would be less ignorant. It's not that we reject anyone, it's that the man you are referring to is simply irrelevant to us, except for two millennia of his followers simultaneously telling us that he and they love us, and murdering us for refusing to worship him.
Only if you look at actual events of the 20th century. But if you do, then yeah.
And yet the Nazis were popularly elected in Germany, the most cultured and educated country in Europe. And doctors, lawyers, philosophers, architects and professors enthusiastically carried out its program of extermination. If you want more proof that education is no guaranty against violence and brutality, you might look at the early fathers of the communist movement, as well as Mao, Castro and Che.
But you don't want to make the questions to easy. Someone who equates male with evil and power would be more likely to answer false if the question is limited to males. The same is true with all or nearly all of the other questions.
A cigar? Imagine the condemnation if he had humbly thanked G*d for allowing the team's talent and hard work to pay off in this manner. The response would have made the abuse heaped on Tim Tebow look like praise.
The fact that you think this is a dumb thing says little for your own intelligence, open-mindedness, courtesy and morality.
I knew law students who thought that an order like this would be legal, and who thought it would be illegal to let the kid pray. That doesn't mean it happened the way the kid thought it did, and it doesn't mean the school authorized the teacher to say it. It seems to me the principal took the correct approach: 1. We looked into this. 2. We can't say that it happened, but it could have. 3. If a teacher did say that to your daughter, the teacher was violating school policy. 4. We are reminding all our teachers that kids have the right to pray. Given all that, a noisy withdrawal, or a demand for an apology, strike me as an overreaction.
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