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Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Disproportionate Response Un-Jewish

The New Testament talks about turning the other cheek, while the Old Testament talks about an eye for an eye. But "disproportionate response" isn't even that because it's like two eyes for an eye. If everybody did that, we would never have any peace!

6 Comments:

At Wed Jul 26, 08:38:00 PM CDT, Blogger Renegade Eye said...

Zionism is often opposed by the most religious Jews, as Hassidim.

 
At Thu Jul 27, 08:47:00 AM CDT, Blogger Tom Cleland said...

Yes, anti-Zionism is not the same as Anti-Semitism. What about Hassidism, though? I thought they were considered the ultra-orthodox, most religious Jews?

 
At Thu Aug 10, 12:02:00 AM CDT, Blogger Renegade Eye said...

The less religious Jews are the strongest Zionists.

If Serbia attacked Lebanon, it would be called ethnic cleansing.

 
At Sun Aug 13, 09:48:00 AM CDT, Blogger Ted Wong said...

Live by the adage "an eye for an eye" and no one will be able to see the truth.

 
At Sun Aug 13, 02:00:00 PM CDT, Blogger Tom Cleland said...

I guess I'm honoring part of Leviticus 19:27 by letting my hair grow out. I've got a pony tail now. Ted, did you ever grow your hair out? I know you had to get it cut for the wedding...

 
At Tue Aug 15, 08:20:00 PM CDT, Blogger Ted Wong said...

wrong you are. I never got my hair cut for the wedding. I did get it got a few times over the last few years and then let it grow again. It's been short for the last few years now. My long hair days are long gone, too much of a hassle.

 

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