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Moses Covered That One

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on June 6, 2002 14:54:55 UTC

It's in the Talmud. It was part of the oral tradition of moses that did not make it into the bible.

Moses realized that many commandments were contradictory. In such cases the believer is to find the underlying truth that removes the contradiction.

The contradiction here is that there is only one god- so different religions do not have different gods. Judiasm now recognizes that other religions are valid. So do the eastern religions.

The first comandment says to have no other god before me. But all religions have the same god. So practicing all religions is just approaching the same god from different directions.

From what Jesus said (your quotes), god is already in each of us and we in him.

And do not forget that profound truth of Jesus,
"Judge not, lest ye be judged".

Your above post is most definitely a judgement,
which in turn is my judgement of you. Frankly, I think you have alot to learn about Jesus, but your mind may be too closed to learn- more judgements. This forum is full of people judging other people. So I sometimes try to confess mine- see I'm still christian.



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