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Is the 9th commandment the same as "You shall not lie"?

There is no commandment to be humble, honest, satisfied with your lot, etc. You may learn these virtues from biblical stories but they aren't laws. The 9th commandment is not to bear false witness in ...
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Why when the leprosy covers the entire body the leper is pronounced pure?

The Lord's instruction to the priests is to determine whether the disease is contagious. The contagious symptoms that declared unclean are; Swelling, rash or a shiny sport on skin (Lev 13:2) Hairs in ...
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Why when the leprosy covers the entire body the leper is pronounced pure?

Why when the leprosy covers the entire body the leper is pronounced pure? This is similar to the paradox of the red heifer - the ashes purify the defiled, while they defile the pure. Unlike "...
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Why when the leprosy covers the entire body the leper is pronounced pure?

I am looking into the leprosy in this part of the bible being about smallpox. Once a person is completely covered in smallpox from head to toe, they are moving to the healing stage and no longer ...
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Did the priest violate the Sabbath as alluded in Matthew 12:5?

The priests didn't "break" the Sabbath. They didn't "earn" their living in the temple- they devoted their lives to it. What Jesus was eluding to is that if we love the Lord or God ...
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Is this person's translation of the Hebrew of Leviticus 18:22 accurate?

mishkab usually means "bed". it is a NOUN meaning "a lying (reclining) place for sleep, or rest or burial. It complements "Shakab" which means to Lie or "recline" &...
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Leviticus 10:10 Profane or Common?

8 The Lord said to Aaron: 9 When you are to go to the tent of meeting, you and your sons are forbidden, by a perpetual statute throughout your generations, to drink any wine or strong drink, lest you ...
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Leviticus 10:10 Profane or Common?

The Hebrew word is חֹל (chol), which the Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon defines as "profaneness, commonness". Common English renderings of חֹל in this verse include common, ...
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