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revised Unless your righteousness exceeds the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees
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revised Unless your righteousness exceeds the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees
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comment Unless your righteousness exceeds the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees
Why do you think I gave chapters (Matthew 15 and Mark 7) for? Look it up and read! Jesus Christ clearly explains how Traditions of the Elders nullified the word of God. If I post them here, the post will be too long!
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comment Unless your righteousness exceeds the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees
I believe it does answer the question. The righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees were extremely low due to the fact that they obeyed Traditions of the Elders which nullified the word of God as I mentioned above. So in order to enter into the kingdom of heaven, your righteousness should exceed the righteousness of scribes and Pharisees by obeying the written word of God and believing in Jesus Christ. Now if you want me to be more specific, I can post this comment above.
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answered Unless your righteousness exceeds the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees
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comment If the Ten Commandments say “thou shalt not kill” how can a Christian fight in a war?
In Aramaic Old Testament, the word "qtal" means to kill or to slay or to murder. This can be seen in Payne Smith's A Compendious Syriac dictionary, Page 501. Payne smith points out that it should be "Thou shalt not murder" in the same page.
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revised If the Ten Commandments say “thou shalt not kill” how can a Christian fight in a war?
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answered If the Ten Commandments say “thou shalt not kill” how can a Christian fight in a war?
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revised At what point did Judaism and Christianity diverge?
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answered At what point did Judaism and Christianity diverge?
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comment What were the early Christians officially persecuted for?
Sadly, Most of the historical truth is "deliberately" hidden from the public. Although this is off topic, still I thought I should share this documentary with you about the hidden truth of WW2 - archive.org/details/…
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comment What were the early Christians officially persecuted for?
Brilliant, I thought I should share this with you. In Matthew 5:43, it says that to love your neighbor and to hate your enemy. This is a pharisaic interpretation from traditions of the elders. Jesus Christ opposes "hate thine enemy" by teaching to love your enemies (Matthew 5:44). Love thy neighbor is from Leviticus 19:18. Nowhere in the Old Testament teaches to hate thine enemy. "Hate thine enemy" also violates Exodus 23:4-5 and Proverbs 25:21 while Jesus Christ's teaching "Love your enemies" supports Exodus 23:4-5 and Proverbs 25:21.