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Posted by Richard Ruquist on September 29, 2000 19:48:07 UTC

This greeting is especially for those of you who take the bible literally, including the Old Testament. I have always wondered why the creation of the world explicitly specified in the Old Testament was abandoned in the New Testament.

Until now I thought that all of the New Testament commandments like "Love thy neighbor" could also be found in the Old Testament, except for "Love thy Enemy".

But today it occurred to me that "Judge not, least ye be judged" may be unique to the New Testament. Does anyone know if it is also found in the Old Testament? That seems to be a rather appropriate commandment for us users of this forum to keep in mind.

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