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Judaism--the Most Modern Ancient Religion
| Rabbi Tzvi Freeman
Posted on 06/18/2012 6:28:10 PM PDT by Phinneous
Whenever someone asks me a question, I first have to think, What kind of a box has this guy trapped me in? Then I can deconstruct the box. If the box dissolves, there goes the question. If it doesnt dissolve, I better listen up. The guys got a point.
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TOPICS: Judaism; Religion & Culture; Theology
KEYWORDS: faithandphilosophy; moshiach; rebbe; torah
posted on 06/18/2012 6:28:17 PM PDT
Today i spent much of the day teaching Cossack dancing to a little baby just under 5 months old ~ she learned some things. She’s certainly bright ~
posted on 06/18/2012 6:53:57 PM PDT
posted on 06/18/2012 7:06:14 PM PDT
("Ya could look it up!")
posted on 06/18/2012 7:09:31 PM PDT
(Obama doesn't hate private equity. He wants to be it with our money.)
“Dont enslave yourself to a world that seeks a master. If it gives you something you dont need, dont take it. If it tells you everyone is doing this, tell it youre not everyone. Once you show it whos boss, then it will hand you its finest jewels.”
Great stuff indeed!
posted on 06/18/2012 8:02:07 PM PDT
("We shed all that is good and virtuous for that which is shoddy and sleazy... and call it progress")
Excellent find! Baruch haShem!
posted on 06/18/2012 9:07:48 PM PDT
(Let the Redeemed say so, whom He hath redeemed from the hand of The Enemy ...)
Thanks for posting. Such Wisdom!
posted on 06/18/2012 9:36:20 PM PDT
(Right Reason According to Nature = Just Law)
For at least two hundred years, Jews scrambled to find a response to modernity.
Well you could Hang up the phone
posted on 06/19/2012 10:37:29 AM PDT
by Jeremiah Jr
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