Discussion of christian doctrine and how it relates to tht Torah

Stanleyrose's picture

To all be blessed!

With unsteady fingers and a gripping fear that I may tread on some toes I write on this topic.

First I would do good to get a interpetation and then focus my comments within those bounds.

In the vast arena of knowledge one can easily make an error in ones interpretation of the actual events that prompted the words that God has spoken, which is the Bible.

Are their oher translations that include and some exclue what is truly a complete revelation of God's purpose.

A discovery of common thread/s in all text I believe in all the world religions may help to solidify the purpose that we must all undertake.

Can we do this without controversy?

Can someone direct me to a exact,excepted interpretation of the Torah spoken to the Israelites from Moses?

JeffLogan's picture

A reply to: Suppose He Is

A reply to: Suppose He Is Doing Research on The Torah
Submitted by beemanlee on Thu, 2010-02-11 05:38.

I wasn't sure what his intent was when he placed this item in the "Interdenominational Discussions" board. You have been more perceptive than I in that regard. To me it carried the scent of questioning the veracity of the Bible as it stands today. I just wanted to assure him that with God's help the Bible will be a blessing to us whereas without God's help it profits little and can actually do more harm than good. By all means, help him out.

BTW, you seem to be unreasonably perturbed by my comments. Did I say something in a way that offended you?

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