Hi Kathy,kathybyers2000 wrote:Just another person willing to judge what is good and evil according to their own understanding of the Word of YHWH. And then bully it down the throats of believers and "would-be" believers.
I finished the article, and i thought it covered the "trunk of the tree" and the major "branches" very well. There were some points that hadn't been raised on the forum, namely the Talmudic discussions of "what if the new moon falls on a Sabbath", or "what if Abib 16 falls on a Sabbath". Like wise, the historical quotes by Roman historians & military men were quite convincing, that the Jews in the 1st century, and just before & after, were indeed observing the day that the Romans called "Saturns' day".
The only real "error" i noticed wasn't directly related to LS, and that was about the Creation days starting at evening. The Hebrew text clearly shows them starting at dawn.
I just finished reading Elyah's atricle. I must say, it's a little more than the typical rebuke a regular Joe would bring to the table.
Hi Kathy,kathybyers2000 wrote:I was referring to what Tom had written.
There's a problem with your statement. If 2 people disagree on something, and 1 writes an article "showing why their own understanding is good", then they have automatically "showed that the other is wrong". That's a FACT, and can't be helped.When a man writes a good article showing why their own understanding is good according to the Word of YHWH and not showing that others are WRONG, then I will give them my time and my heart and minds consideration.
Was his article "biased" - YES. But so are all of Arnold's articles on his lunarsabbath websites, and so is your statement above. We are ALL biased to some degree, which makes the search for truth that much more difficult. But i think you may be over-judging EliYan's motives.As far as this article by tom goes, it is nothing more than a fully biased, pathetic attempt at a fleshy man working to remove blessing and understanding that YHWH has established within certain hearts.
In my opinion, that's what he did. And it didn't necessarily "debunk" yours (I assume from your tone that you're a lunar Sabbath keeper?). It just showed that the Jews around 1st century observed the day that the Romans called Saturn's day. I think i saw where LBDW addressed this aspect a few posts before this one.Perhaps if he should ever write an article that supports his own understanding (instead up debunking mine) I will give that article a look.
And your statement "clearly shows" that you must believe that if the good ole KJV was good enough for Yahshua and the disciples, it's good enough for you.eriqbenel wrote:Your statement regarding the day beginning at dawn "clearly shows" that your perspective on lunar Sabbaths isn't credible either.
Hi LBDW,LittleBoyDrinkingWine wrote:I just finished reading Elyah's atricle...
And your statement "clearly shows" that you must believe that if the good ole KJV was good enough for Yahshua and the disciples, it's good enough for you. Laughing
I was speaking of the extremely bad & WRONG rendering of the KJV, so if you don't use the KJV, then you must be using one that's worded like it, so same difference. Whichever version you're using, you evidently follow its INCORRECT rendering.eriqbenel wrote:Actually, I don't use the KJV. I was speaking about your extremely bad and WRONG Hebrew language interpretation of Genesis, which NO scholarship agrees with BTW.And your statement "clearly shows" that you must believe that if the good ole KJV was good enough for Yahshua and the disciples, it's good enough for you. Laughing
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