Our not-caring will crush your puny “should care.” We don’t care-—just Jewish libs care. (deep down they also don’t care-—just that their connection to their inheritance from G-d, Torah and commandments, is covered over by ‘isms.’)
I emphatically don’t care. Our dogma trumps yours.
I DO CARE enough to post an article about dogma. (I do care that you enjoy it and learn more about why we don’t care—about your dogma... or don’t enjoy-—not that I don’t care about your enjoyment—I want you to be happy. Happy people are better people.)
We really really don’t care what Christians say about TaNaCh (Torah, Prophets, Writings—the canonized Jewish Bible)
The aforementioned dogma article:
“I emphatically dont care. Our dogma trumps yours.”
The lady doth protest too much, same with most atheists and other assorted unbelievers.
So tell me. I’m very curious as to what your interpretation of Isaiah 53 and Psalm 22 is?
In Isaiah 53, he wrote an account is so descriptive and accurate of the crucifiction of Jesus, that one would think he was present when it happened. Yet Isaiah wrote that chapter more than 700 years before Jesus was born.
Then there is Psalm 22. In verse 14 David mentions his bones all out of joint, yet that never happened at anytime during David’s life. It did happen to Jesus while he hung on the cross though.
I would appreciate a comment from you on these two entries of the Old Testament.