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Where do I stand? Pertaining to G-d’s Civil Laws – Part 1, Intentional Crimes

Where do I stand? Pertaining to God’s Civil Laws – Part Intentional Crimes

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Where do I stand? Pertaining to God’s Civil Laws – Part Unintentional Crimes

Where do I stand? Pertaining to God's Civil Laws - Part 1, Intentional Crimes

Where do I stand? Pertaining to God’s Civil Laws – Part Intentional Crimes

Christianity, Violating The Commandments

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The historian Goldast says of those who were called Insabbatati, “They were called Insabbatti , not because they were circumcised, but because they kept the Sabbath according to the Jewish law.  Quoted by Jacob Gretzer, Opera Omnia vol. 12 pt. 2 p. 11  Truth Triumphant, by B.G.Wilkinson 262

The historian Goldast says of those who were called Insabbatati, “They were called Insabbatti , not because they were circumcised, but because they kept the Sabbath according to the Jewish law. Quoted by Jacob Gretzer, Opera Omnia vol. 12 pt. 2 p. 11 Truth Triumphant, by B.G.Wilkinson 262

Jewish men pray at the Western Wall as snow falls in the old city of Jerusalem on Friday. People in Jerusalem woke up to around 25 centimetres of snow after the second major blizzard of winter swept across the hilltop Holy City Menahem Kahana/AFP

Jewish men pray at the Western Wall as snow falls in the old city of Jerusalem on Friday. People in Jerusalem woke up to around 25 centimetres of snow after the second major blizzard of winter swept across the hilltop Holy City Menahem Kahana/AFP

King Solomon dedicates the Temple at Jerusalem with followers (painting by James Jacques Joseph Tissot (French, 1836–1902).

King Solomon Dedicates the Temple at Jerusalem, James Tissot Source: Wikimedia Commons

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