Along with the various laws that were commanded to the Jewish people, such as the commandment to wear Tefillin and to rest on Shabbat, came an oral explanation that explained exactly what the mitzvah entails.
This is called the Oral Torah, as it was meant to remain as an "oral tradition" and passed on from parent to child throughout the generations.
He is author of more than 50 books, including Reading the Bible Supernaturally. And this one comes from a young Asian-American woman: “Dear Pastor John, my boyfriend and I are both believers in Christ and have been dating for almost 18 months.
We get a surprising number of questions on interracial marriage — and we take them seriously. We love each other very much and really want to get married, however my boyfriend has a conscience struggle because he has been told in the past that interracial marriage is a sin.
My boyfriend really is trying to look at God’s word to see what God teaches on the issue of interracial marriage, he’s listened to many good sermons on the topic, but he still feels ‘in his conscience’ like it may be wrong to marry someone from another ethnic background.
I would like to hear opinions on interracial relationships.
I am 14, but I had a serious...(well as serious as they come @ 14) bf, who was african american and my grandma hated it.
I think my mom was..after knowing my sisters fiance for 5 years, shes over it and loves robert as well... What is she objected to the guy having tatoos up and down his body ?
The word "Torah" literally means "teaching." Included in this Torah were many laws that the Jewish people became obligated in performing from that point on.
Over the 40 years in the desert, the Torah was written down onto a scroll by Moses.
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