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Had Moses changed something in the Law as when Deuteronomy 12:15 - 16 is compared to Leviticus 10:10 and 11:4-8? The simple answer is no. First of all, let us look at the texts in question more closely. 15 “However, you may slaughter and eat meat within any of your towns, as much as you desire, according to the blessing of the Lord your God that he ...


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You appear to be misreading the passages. Those who are ceremonially clean and those who are not (those who have been contaminated) may both eat of whatever clean animals that they desire.


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There are many encounters that believers have had with God in the Old Testament, the explanations of which (how men could meet with God and live) was a problem for Jewish scholars, who, instead, attributed these incidents to men meeting with God's Wisdom/Logos/Word personified. Of course they could not explain further, at the risk of contradicting ...


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