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Interpreting Numbers 15:37-39 commandement about tzitzit
These commandments conveyed by God to Moses concern the "tzitzit", the fringes worn by men. Why does this pertain only to men? In these passages it says "speak to the children of Israel", not "speak ...
Aug 30 '13 at 0:54
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