Talmudi Courts

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    It's not in my head. It's in the Talmud. Please describe the nature of my dot connecting which is so offensive.
     
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    Do any Jews believe in these writings that you find so offensive to gentiles?
     
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    Yes. The Talmudic interpretations of Torah are considered more authoritative than the torah itself. The oral rabbinical tradition (talmud) teaches that the rabbis authority is absolute. Many jews will tell you that the talmud is considered secondary. This is a lie. If they persist, ask them who the Karaites are. This should shut them up.
     
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    OK so the Karaites only accept the written Torah as law and do not believe in oral Rabbinical law. Your point being? There are different sects of Jews?
     
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    Sects are created when major theological arguments split the community. If they argued against the talmud what was the argument of the other side? Can you figure it out?
     
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    I think so--some people accept the Torah AND the Talmud as religious law.
    Are there any Jews imposing Talmudic law on Gentiles ?
     
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    What's your proof its a lie?


    And you never answered the last time you were proven wrong.
     
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    If the Karaites split off for arguing AGAINST the supremacy of the Talmud, by deduction, what MUST the opposing position have been? Think it through, numbKnut.

    Plus much of the talmud has been put into the new age movement. Now theyr'e even starting to admit this on their own sites. Go read about Tikkun magazine. New age philosophy about light and all that garbage is straight from talmud, which is infected with the mystery religions.
     
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    Exactly whose sites are you talking about--neocons--Rabbinical Jews ??
     
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    Does this have anything to do with Kabbalah?
     

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