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Yes I think so. From the Jewish Tanach:- Dan 12:11 “And from the time the daily sacrifice was removed and the silent abomination placed, is one thousand, two hundred, and ninety" http://www.chabad.org/library/bible_cdo/aid/16495 The original temple of Solomon was destroyed by the Babylonians probably during 586 BC. ...


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Marjin, the context wherein the word is used is directed to those who practiced the law and would have meant any part of all laws dispensed primarily (if not entirely) in the Mosaical writings. There are several Greek words used for "law" in the NT. That specific usage dictates the laws aforementioned. Unless a specific law or sets of laws are leading ...


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The Jews divided their bible up into three sections: the Law, the Prophets, and the Writings. The Law contained the books of Moses. The Prophets were the historical and prophetical books. The last of the three divisions are the rest of the books, the poetical books. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tanakh So Jesus was referring to the books that were not ...


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It wouldn't, except that people might expect you to be like "The hypocrites": They neglect their appearance, so that they may appear to others to be fasting. (Matthew 6:16) You might expect this dialogue: Hey Joe, you OK these days? Man, you gotta take care of yourself, you know, shower once in a while, wash the hair, right? Hey man, lay ...



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