Tuesday, February 28, 2017

3 Problems with the Rabbinic Oral Law

Many rabbinic Jews have the belief that an oral law was given to accompany the written Torah. We'll discuss some points against the oral law and against the practice of rabbinic enactments, including discussion of the Hebrew word "torah", references to the written Torah in the text, and common-law enforcement of rabbinic rulings.

(Graphics are either sourced by me or are understood as US public domain)

[Aleksandr Sigalov:] Please note that ONLY Levites have the authority to interpret the Written Torah. Also, the Judges that Torah is talking about were assigned by the Levites, so a judge who is not assigned by the Levites is an impostor! Word or position of the "rabbi" is never found in the Torah!

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