Monthly Archives: April, 2013

10 years without christianity – part 9

Hesediah: Hi again, folks. Continuing with my interview with David, a man who left christianity over 10 years ago, let’s see if we can challenge him a bit. You ready, David? David: I hope so. Got my seat-belt on, at least! LOL. Hesediah: Ha! So I was going to start this interview by asking if …

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The Shituf Excuse: Preserving Madness Because it’s Permissible

So I’ve heard it all again from the mouth of a Jew, a rabbi no less. The message goes something along these lines. Christianity is ok for gentiles but not for Jews. Gentiles aren’t warned about shituf, it’s not prohibited as part of their commandments, so, as Christianity is classed as shituf, then it’s fine …

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Secular authorities and the fear of God

Need to make this article short and sweet. Am I even capable of that? We’ll see. So I’ve been watching video footage of the abuses of police power, judicial power, and governmental power and I’ve been reading about the Noahide Commands, especially the commandment about Justice and asking questions about its practical observance in light …

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10 years without christianity – part 8

Hesediah: Welcome again to this interview with David. Passover marked his 10th year since he rejected Jesus and christianity. That’s the reason for these talks. So David, last time you asked me to read Isaiah 40-53 because something is blatantly missing from Isaiah 53. Since I’ve read it now, maybe you can let us know …

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Strengthening commitments.

These are just personal thoughts I’m sharing. They are based off the work by Michael Dallen called “The Rainbow Covenant”. There are still a lot of positive teachings I get from that book. It is also spoken of in Rabbi Ginsburg’s webpage, http://www.inner.org. ———- Sometimes it’s easy for me to oversimplify things as they relate …

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