Why do people expect Hispanics to abandon their heritage to live in the US?

Pamela asked:

We didn’t expect that of any other immigrants. Take a walk in NYC. Visit Chinatown. Does it look “American” to you? Go see Little Italy. How “American” is that? Walk through the Jewish community or the Irish section. You will hear Chinese spoken, Italian, Hebrew. You will see their homes & shops decorated & adorned as they were in their homelands. Why then do we expect the Hispanics to completely abandon their language, their heritage and their culture and in a sense, deny their homeland, to come live here?
Amy G….that’s my point. And now we are discriminating against the new wave of immigrants…the Americans of tomorrow.
GreenlYD….But I see so many people in this forum complaining about people flying Mexican flags & speaking Spanish etc. I keep reading how if they really wanted to be “American” they would adopt our culture & our way of life. Why should they have to?
trakslag…so we should go into Chinatown & remove all the flags or into Little Italy & remove those as well? Or the Israeli flag? We should take them down & demand that only ours be raised. Sounds sort of communist to me.
Just Trying to Help….last time I checked no one was handing out citizenship to Hispanic immigrants upon arrival - legal OR illegal. Of course they must learn English to pass the test but is it really right that we expect them to know it when they get here? I don’t think our ancestors did.
Sir Shaggy…hate to burst your bubble there but they did NOT all come here legally. In fact, I don’t recall ever seeing anything about the Pilgrims having visas. I don’t recall them asking the Native Americans first if they could come & kick them off of their own land.
Earl of Trollshire….so you don’t think the Native Americans felt IMPOSED upon when YOUR ancestors arrived?
caciansf…and if you were around in the 60’s you would have been b*tching about the streets being name Martin Luther King. It’s not such a big deal now is it? Just like the Hispanic named streets you struggle to pronounce won’t be such a bing d@mn deal in the future. Why can’t we just learn from our past mistakes? Why must we keep making the same ones over & over? You showed a prime example of this in your answer.
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Do Jewish children take middle names?

lil_rebbitzen asked:

I know some cultures don’t use middle names, and I was thinking about having my Hebrew name as Hadassah, with Raphaela as the middle name. Is it common for Jewish names to include middle names?
I’ve always liked reading the book of Esther, and Hadassah was her Jewish name. My father just recently gave me that as my Jewish name.
Raphaela means “God has healed”, or something like that. I’ve had a rough time psychologically due to depression. About a year and a half ago, I was healed of most of the depression. I’ve also been told by several people and God that I’m being called to be a healer. So the name is significant.

I was also thinking of having “Asa” as a nickname. It’s sort of a sortened form of Hadassah, but it also has something to do wth healer.

Hadassah also mean “myrtle tree”.
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What to do after learning the Hebrew alphabet?

PinkSkyCloud asked:

I love languages and learning about different cultures so I’m learning the Hebrew alphabet on the Shalomtv channel but the program I’m watching is already half over and I don’t know what to do next. I’m interested in learning some of the language but I don’t know anyone who speaks Hebrew since I’m Christian and don’t know anyone who’s Jewish at work/school to practice with. I don’t want to forget what I’ve learned so I guess I’m looking for ideas, books, websites etc. until I meet someone who speaks the language or who is learning Hebrew too.
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Chabad - learning about Judaism - conversion?

Parrot Eyes asked:


I want to learn more about Judaism. I went to Pesach at Chabad this week. Where I grew up there were few Jews but where I live now there is a large & vibrant Jewish population. The more I am around Jewish culture the more I want to learn and participate. I am worried about not knowing Hebrew, being ignorant, or making a mistake. Lately, on Jewish holidays I feel I am being left out of something special, and although I want to ask my Jewish friends questions I fear I will offend them. I consider that after some time and study I might begin the process to convert. Does anyone have experience with Chabad, with conversion, and does anyone have any advice for me? I was raised Methodist but don’t attend church now, and my great-great grandmother was Jewish. My husband is not interested, for himself, but he’s supportive of my interest. I would raise my kids Jewish if I did convert. Am I being realistic about my desire to become part of this world? What does it involve and who can I talk to?
To answer the lineage question, my Jewish ancestor was my mother’s mother’s mother’s mother.
To answer What’s Cookin’s question, I actually had not considered whether affiliation with Orthodox, Conservative or Reform is right for me. (Wow!)There is a lot more I will need to understand before I could even properly address that issue — or indeed, given my level of BASIC understanding, the issue of conversion in any case. As some of you pointed out, it has to be carefully considered, patiently learned and sincerely desired. I believe this is true, and I think some time and study will help me make that decision. You are all being very generous with your insights and the resources you are offering - thank you.

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Christian and I want to Practice the Jewish Traditions?

grneyes1701 asked:


I am a Christian, and I have always been so interested in the Jewish faith and Culture. I belive in the NT and OT 100%. However I would like to study the Jewish Holidays, and put them to practice. I am even Trying to learn Hebrew. My Questions is this: What is this Mix called? A christian Practising the Jewish Belifs? If you have and Websites, to futher this Holy Spirit filled Journey, Please give them to me! Thank you and God Bless!
So Sorry, My Question my be confusing. I am not wanting to become a Jew, even though all saved people are in a way, by the Blood of Jesus. I am a Christian, just wanting to Practice the Holidays that the Jews Celebrate. and Trying to find the name for that, so I can study More!

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christians and jews. Do you agree?

mna asked:


Why is it people have a problem with muslim women wearing hijabs a.k.a head coverings? From my investigation hebrew/jewish women and christian women were/are suppose to wear them as well.

Christian Women: Corinthians 11:3-10

3 But I would have you know, that the head of every man is Christ; and the head of the woman is the man; and the head of Christ is God.

4 Every man praying or prophesying, having his head covered, dishonoureth his head.

5 But every woman that prayeth or prophesieth with her head uncovered dishonoureth her head: for that is even all one as if she were shaven.

6 For if the woman be not covered, let her also be shorn: but if it be a shame for a woman to be shorn or shaven, let her be covered.

7 For a man indeed ought not to cover his head, forasmuch as he is the image and glory of God: but the woman is the glory of the man.

8 For the man is not of the woman: but the woman of the man.

9 Neither was the man created for the woman; but the woman for the man.

10 For this cause ought the woman to have power on her head because of the angels.

St. Paul the creator of the New Testament and earlist writer of christianity urged women in the Corinthian churches to cover their heads (the only place where the Bible teaches about this), he followed a custom prominent in many Eastern cultures of his day. Although women and men alike covered their heads for various reasons, married women specifically covered their heads to prevent men other than their husbands from lusting after their hair. A married woman who went out with her head uncovered was considered promiscuous and was to be divorced as an adulteress. Because of what head coverings symbolized in that culture, Paul asked the more liberated women to cover their heads so they would not scandalize the others. It is also well known that Catholic Nuns have been covering their heads for hundreds of years.

St. Tertullian in his famous treatise ‘On The Veiling Of Virgins’ wrote, “Young women, you wear your veils out on the streets, so you should wear them in the church, you wear them when you are among strangers, then wear them among your brothers…” Among the Canon laws of the Catholic church today, there is a law that requires women to cover their heads in church. Some Christian denominations, such as the Amish and the Mennonites for example, keep their women veiled to the present day. The reason for the veil, as offered by their Church leaders, is that “The head covering is a symbol of woman’s subjection to the man and to God”, which is the same logic introduced by St. Paul in the New Testament.

Jewish Women - Ancient Israel (Jewish/Hebrew law)

According to Rabbi Dr. Menachem M. Brayer (Professor of Biblical Literature at Yeshiva University) in his book, The Jewish woman in Rabbinic literature, it was the custom of Jewish women to go out in public with a head covering which, sometimes, even covered the whole face leaving one eye free. 76 He quotes some famous ancient Rabbis saying,” It is not like the daughters of Israel to walk out with heads uncovered” and “Cursed be the man who lets the hair of his wife be seen….a woman who exposes her hair for self-adornment brings poverty.” Rabbinic law forbids the recitation of blessings or prayers in the presence of a bareheaded married woman since uncovering the woman’s hair is considered “nudity”. 77 Dr. Brayer also mentions that “During the Tannaitic period the Jewish woman’s failure to cover her head was considered an affront to her modesty. When her head was uncovered she might be fined four hundred zuzim for this offense.” Dr. Brayer also explains that veil of the Jewish woman was not always considered a sign of modesty. Sometimes, the veil symbolized a state of distinction and luxury rather than modesty. The veil personified the dignity and superiority of noble women. It also represented a woman’s inaccessibility as a sanctified possession of her husband. 78

The veil signified a woman’s self-respect and social status. Women of lower classes would often wear the veil to give the impression of a higher standing. The fact that the veil was the sign of nobility was the reason why prostitutes were not permitted to cover their hair in the old Jewish society. However, prostitutes often wore a special headscarf in order to look respectable. 79 Jewish women in Europe continued to wear veils until the nineteenth century when their lives became more intermingled with the surrounding secular culture. The external pressures of the European life in the nineteenth century forced many of them to go out bare-headed.

The Lord had given a certain commandment to Moses regarding clothing, with an explanation for its reason:

Speak to the people of Israel, and tell them to make tassels on the corners of their garments throughout their generations, and to put a cord of blue on the tassel of each corner. And it shall be a tassel for you to look at and remember all the commandments of the LORD, to do them, not to follow after your own heart and your own eyes, which you are inclined to whore after. (Numbers 15:38-39. See also Deuteronomy 22:12, You shall make yourself tassels on the four corners of the garment with which you cover yourself.)

Philo of Alexandria (who lived from 20 B.C to A.D. 50) in his treatise The Special Laws gives an interesting comment about the significance of the Jewish woman’s headcovering. Regarding the procedure followed by priests who examined women accused of adultery (cf. Numbers 5:18) he writes, “And the priest shall take the barley and offer it to the woman, and shall take away from her the head-dress on her head, that she may be judged with her head bare, and deprived of the symbol of modesty, which all those women are accustomed to wear who are completely blameless.” (13) But it should not be taken for granted that Jews in general attached any such definite symbolical meaning to the headcovering.

Think about it, why does every Christian picture of Mary mother of jesus have a head covering? Did the mother of their lord and savior ever have her head covered? Answer: More then likely!!!

So why should Christians be angry when a muslim has a head covering,when the bible tells them they should do it as well

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Have you ever had a fuuny experience while going into another person’s religous culture?

Blessed Former Atheist asked:


I have, for me it would be when my friend’s Jewish dad was reciting hebrew prayers and when I was looking around the table my friend’s brother looked at me and did a reverse v-sign and started flapping his tongue in betwwen the hole ( if you don’t know what I mean it’s the two fingered versio of flipping someone off) just bursted oout laughing, hopefully my friend’s dad didn’t think I was laughing at the Hebrew lol
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Christians do you really love GOD? Do you follow what Jesus taught us?

joe d asked:


Christian Do you really Love GOD? Do you really follow what Jesus has taught us?
YHWH(The personal name of GOD) Shemoth – Exodus 3:13-17

Times change.
Things change.
People change
YHWH NEVER CHANGES!!

Malachi 3:6 - For I am the YHWH, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.
Revelation 1:8 - “I am the ‘Aleph’ and the ‘Taw’, Beginning and End,” says יהוה “who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty.”

Do you really love YHWH the heavenly father? If you do you would follow his commandments according to (1Jn 5:3 For this is the love for YHWH, that we guard His commands,1 and His commands are not heavy.) Many people in today’s age, say that the Torah/Instructions/law are done away with, and we have no need to keep them any longer.

Yahshua the messiah Kept Torah. We should follow in his footsteps at the supreme example of our faith. (1Pe 2:21 For to this you were called, because Messiah also suffered for us, leaving us an example, that you should follow His steps,1 Footnote: 11 Cor. 11:1, 1 John 2:6. )

Yahshua was sinless, perfect without spot or blemish. Now I ask you what is sin according to the scriptures? 1Jn 3:4 says “Everyone doing sin also does lawlessness, and sin is lawlessness.” If we don’t have to keep the torah any longer, then that should mean that there is no more sin. Hence forth if there is no more sin, what do we have to repent from? If we don’t have to repent then, what did Yahshua die on the for?

This is a inconsistent thought pattern, because we all know “Rom 3:23 for all have sinned and fall short of the esteem of YHWH, “ This right here shows you in Romans after yahshua died and rose from the dead that sin still abound on earth. Now lets see what yahshua had to say about torah and about earth. “(Matthew 5:18) Truly I say to you, Till heaven and earth come to an end, not the smallest letter or part of a letter will in any way be taken from the law, till all things are done.” Do me a favor, look down. Do you see the floor/ground? Wow look at that, your still on earth! Now do me another step to the closest window and look above, WOW is that a sky? Why godly gee it is. Now can we both agree that the heaven and the earth has not passed away? So this in turn will prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that torah is still in effect.

Christian believe that the torah has been done away with and it’s only a “Jewish Obligation” , but let us now examine what did the messiah say about this. “(Matthew 5:17) Let there be no thought that I have come to put an end to the law or the prophets. I have not come for destruction, but to make complete.” If we were to read this in the KJV it would read like this. “Mat 5:17 Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill.” A lot of people misunderstand this word fulfill. In the Hebrew culture there are things called idioms as well in American culture. For example if I tell you “my brother has kicked the bucket.” That’s the not mean he physically kicked a bucket. It means he died. Throughout rabbinical history, rabbis would get together, and debate the torah, if a proper understanding of a topic in the torah has been giving a proper explanation and a conclusion has been met, rabbis would say you have fulfill torah. If they did not come to a conclusion they would say you have destroyed the torah.
Lets look at the meaning of “fulfill” according to Strong concordance G4137 “play-ro-o” Fulfill means to complete, end, expire, perfect. To truly understand which definition fit the word “fulfill” we have to be consistent in the text. Now let’s look at “
(Matthew 5:19) Whoever then goes against the smallest of these laws, teaching men to do the same, will be named least in the kingdom of heaven; but he who keeps the laws, teaching others to keep them, will be named great in the kingdom of heaven.” This right here show us that fulfill can’t possibly mean to complete, bring to an end, to expire.
So we are left with perfect. Which make perfect sense, because he came to show us how to keep torah the right way, and it also fit in with rabbinical history, because he came to give the proper understanding on the torah.

Now at this time many Christians will start quoting rav shaul / apostle paul. Now before we get to the saying of paul. Let see what peter warned us about. “2Pe 3:15 and reckon the patience of our Master as deliverance, as also our beloved brother Sha’ul wrote to you, according to the wisdom given to him,
2Pe 3:16 as also in all his letters, speaking in them concerning these matters, in which some are hard to understand,1 which those who are untaught and unstable twist to their own destruction, as they do also the other Scriptures.” To establish what need to be understood about the letters that Paul wrote is that they are a test to those are taught and stable. If not, you will take his word out of context and create a pretext.

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Malachi 3:6 - For I am the YHWH, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.

YHWH said it himself.

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How can I encourage my half-Jewish friend to research his Jewish roots?

Yitzhak K asked:


I am 100% Jewish. One of my best friends has a Methodist mother, and a non-practicing Jewish father. My friend says that he identifies as “Agnostic”, believes in G-d, is not interested in practicing any specific religion, but occasionally attends church services on Sundays, and sometimes goes to High Holiday services. My friend is an excellent violinist, things that Jews are known for.and a genius at math and science, very J Growing up, although they celebrated Hanukkah and Christmas, there was no one there to teach him about his Jewish roots, heritage, religion, or culture. He never attended Hebrew School, and never became a Bar Mitzvah. He can not read a single word of Hebrew, and does not even know any of the letters. His mother never told him about ALL parts of his heritage, and his Jewish father never bothered to tell him either. My other friend has been pushing for him to research what the Jews have done for humanity and science. There’s a reason that he’s good at violin.
It’s because of his Jewish roots. More Jews have won Nobel Prizes than any other ethnic group or religion. Israel’s the first country to have the electric car. Not saying that we’re superior or the best, but Hitler was really jealous of us. We’ve done so much for humanity.

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CAN SOME PLEASE HELP ME MAKE tHIS PARAGRAPH INTO MY OWN WORD?

tubby asked:


Religious beliefs and practices of the Jews. One of the three great monotheistic world religions, Judaism began as the faith of the ancient Hebrews, and its sacred text is the Hebrew Bible, particularly the Torah. Fundamental to Judaism is the belief that the people of Israel are God’s chosen people, who must serve as a light for other nations. God made a covenant first with Abraham and then renewed it with Isaac, Jacob, and Moses. The worship of Yahweh (God) was centred in Jerusalem from the time of David. The destruction of the First Temple of Jerusalem by the Babylonians (586 BCE) and the subsequent exile of the Jews led to hopes for national restoration under the leadership of a messiah. The Jews were later allowed to return by the Persians, but an unsuccessful rebellion against Roman rule led to the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE and the Jews’ dispersal throughout the world in the Jewish Diaspora. Rabbinic Judaism emerged to replace the beliefs and practices associated with the Temple at Jerusalem, as the Jews carried on their culture and religion through a tradition of scholarship and strict observance. The great body of oral law and commentaries were committed to writing in the Talmud and Mishna. The religion was maintained despite severe persecutions by many nations. Two branches of Judaism emerged in the Middle Ages: the Sephardic, centred in Spain and culturally linked with the Babylonian Jews; and the Ashkenazic, centred in France and Germany and linked with the Jewish culture of Palestine and Rome. Elements of mysticism also appeared, notably the esoteric writings of the Kabbala and, in the 18th century, the movement known as Hasidism. The 18th century was also the time of the Jewish Enlightenment (Haskala). Conservative and Reform Judaism emerged in 19th-century Germany as an effort to modify the strictness of Orthodox Judaism. By the end of the 19th century Zionism had appeared as an outgrowth of reform. European Judaism suffered terribly during the Holocaust, when millions were put to death by the Nazis, and the rising flow of Jewish emigrants to Palestine led to the declaration of the State of Israel in 1948. In the early 21st century there were nearly 15 million Jews worldwide.
can you please read the material and summarize please!!!THAT IS ONE PARAGRAPGH IM DOING OUT OF TEN PAGES PROYECT

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Does anyone see a difference between lying and “bearing false witness”?

frenzy- Strawberry shortcake asked:


I do. I believe that bearing false witness is lying while under an oath or with the intention of hurting someone. Therefore, lies that are said in order to not hurt someone are not sin.

Anyone who cares to look it up in reference to the original Hebrew, or the Jewish culture, it would be much appreciated. I have a headache and researching right now is an impossibility.
“Bearing false witness” would be lying about what actually happened as far as events.
Thank you so much, JC is the man. :)

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Since Jesus is a Greek name and not a Jewish name?

Father Guido asked:


Since the Greek gods had earthly sons but the Old Testament God did not, isn’t the New Testament really just the final nail in the coffin of the promises and bragging of the Old Testament Israelites?

The Kingdom of Israel had been wiped out over 700 years before and replaced by Arab citizens who adopted the Hebrew religion (Samaritans).

Judea was conquered by Babylon, Persia, Greece and Rome, or at least passed around among them. Hellenization had split the Jewish people into those who held to the Old Testament ways and promises and those who preferred Greek culture and language, even under the Romans.

And then the story of Jesus appears, a full blown Greek styled Mystery religion figure. Could he be less Jewish? I don’t think it’s possible.

How do Christians cling to the idea that Jesus is some sort of fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy, when in reality he is the triumph of Greek and Roman culture over the religion of Abraham?
Also of note, the Arabs conquered the region and adopted the Hebrew books as Samaritans, and then added their own resulting in the eventual development of Islam.

The defeat of the God of Abraham by yet another culture.
Primo, i don’t think the Old Testament contains any prophecies about a Greek Styled Messiah who would defect to Rome and herald the destruction of Judea while helping the Romans sack Europe.

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Christian Do you really Love GOD? Do you really follow what Jesus has taught us?

joe d asked:


YHWH(The personal name of GOD) Shemoth – Exodus 3:13-17

Times change.
Things change.
People change
YHWH NEVER CHANGES!!

Malachi 3:6 - For I am the YHWH, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.
Revelation 1:8 - “I am the ‘Aleph’ and the ‘Taw’, Beginning and End,” says יהוה “who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty.”

Do you really love YHWH the heavenly father? If you do you would follow his commandments according to (1Jn 5:3 For this is the love for YHWH, that we guard His commands,1 and His commands are not heavy.) Many people in today’s age, say that the Torah/Instructions/law are done away with, and we have no need to keep them any longer.

Yahshua the messiah Kept Torah. We should follow in his footsteps at the supreme example of our faith. (1Pe 2:21 For to this you were called, because Messiah also suffered for us, leaving us an example, that you should follow His steps,1 Footnote: 11 Cor. 11:1, 1 John 2:6. )

Yahshua was sinless, perfect without spot or blemish. Now I ask you what is sin according to the scriptures? 1Jn 3:4 says “Everyone doing sin also does lawlessness, and sin is lawlessness.” If we don’t have to keep the torah any longer, then that should mean that there is no more sin. Hence forth if there is no more sin, what do we have to repent from? If we don’t have to repent then, what did Yahshua die on the for?

This is a inconsistent thought pattern, because we all know “Rom 3:23 for all have sinned and fall short of the esteem of YHWH, “ This right here shows you in Romans after yahshua died and rose from the dead that sin still abound on earth. Now lets see what yahshua had to say about torah and about earth. “(Matthew 5:18) Truly I say to you, Till heaven and earth come to an end, not the smallest letter or part of a letter will in any way be taken from the law, till all things are done.” Do me a favor, look down. Do you see the floor/ground? Wow look at that, your still on earth! Now do me another step to the closest window and look above, WOW is that a sky? Why godly gee it is. Now can we both agree that the heaven and the earth has not passed away? So this in turn will prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that torah is still in effect.

Christian believe that the torah has been done away with and it’s only a “Jewish Obligation” , but let us now examine what did the messiah say about this. “(Matthew 5:17) Let there be no thought that I have come to put an end to the law or the prophets. I have not come for destruction, but to make complete.” If we were to read this in the KJV it would read like this. “Mat 5:17 Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill.” A lot of people misunderstand this word fulfill. In the Hebrew culture there are things called idioms as well in American culture. For example if I tell you “my brother has kicked the bucket.” That’s the not mean he physically kicked a bucket. It means he died. Throughout rabbinical history, rabbis would get together, and debate the torah, if a proper understanding of a topic in the torah has been giving a proper explanation and a conclusion has been met, rabbis would say you have fulfill torah. If they did not come to a conclusion they would say you have destroyed the torah.
Lets look at the meaning of “fulfill” according to Strong concordance G4137 “play-ro-o” Fulfill means to complete, end, expire, perfect. To truly understand which definition fit the word “fulfill” we have to be consistent in the text. Now let’s look at “
(Matthew 5:19) Whoever then goes against the smallest of these laws, teaching men to do the same, will be named least in the kingdom of heaven; but he who keeps the laws, teaching others to keep them, will be named great in the kingdom of heaven.” This right here show us that fulfill can’t possibly mean to complete, bring to an end, to expire.
So we are left with perfect. Which make perfect sense, because he came to show us how to keep torah the right way, and it also fit in with rabbinical history, because he came to give the proper understanding on the torah.

Now at this time many Christians will start quoting rav shaul / apostle paul. Now before we get to the saying of paul. Let see what peter warned us about. “2Pe 3:15 and reckon the patience of our Master as deliverance, as also our beloved brother Sha’ul wrote to you, according to the wisdom given to him,
2Pe 3:16 as also in all his letters, speaking in them concerning these matters, in which some are hard to understand,1 which those who are untaught and unstable twist to their own destruction, as they do also the other Scriptures.” To establish what need to be understood about the letters that Paul wrote is that they are a test to those are taught and stable. If not, you will take his word out of context and create a pretext.

Many believers misquote paul in his letter to make it look like he was against tor

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