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There are argumentations that support the sense that this prohibition is to be seen in the context of Canaanite practice, probably first discussed by John E. Hartley. An exhaustive discussion supporting this theses is published by Luis Quinones-Roman. This interpretation is embedded into a higher sense (citation from above) It is not foreseeable to ...


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From a Catholic perspective, it's not a complete bible and not authorised by the church. Catholic bibles are traditionally based on the Septuagint rather than the Masoretic (although we do use it as a textual source). The Septuagint contains more books that are considered to be part of canon, called Deutrocanon or Apocrypha by other Christians so our OT ...


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In Canada, the copyright for a work usually expires 50 years after the death of the creator, at the end of the relevant calendar year. https://copyright.ubc.ca/public-domain/#:~:text=In%20Canada%2C%20the%20copyright%20for,Domain%20on%201%20January%202052. The ASV was originally published in 1901 and had its copyright renewed in 1929, giving it copyright end ...


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Yes they are called Mass Readings, you can can see what is available on most Parish or Diocesan websites. Here is a link to the US Bishops site, giving the readings for today (it will update each day)... https://bible.usccb.org/daily-bible-reading


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