I hate to think of her sitting home reading those long boring stories when she could be adding miniatures to her doll house collection or mall walking in her private mall.
Does Barbra really believe all that nonsense in the Torah?
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|by Anonymous||reply 1||03/09/2013|
OP, Rabbis, traditionally the most learned men (and now women) in the community, have spent countless hours discussing the relevance of the stories in the Torah to everyday life. Obviously not every part is given equal weight. The story of early feminist Queen Esther and hater Haman is celebrated with the holiday of Purim. Barbara, like many Jews, may identify as just culturally Jewish, and focused on the traditional importance of music and education.
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I like non jewish men
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R3, So do I.
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Do people really believe that bullshit in the bible?
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I'm sure she can seek in a few psalms while James is pleasuring her.
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R5, Jews generally do NOT take the Bible literally and realize that there are many inconsistencies. There are important parts, like the 10 Commandments, and even those don't have equal weight.
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Why do anti-Semites and hate-baiters think they can mask their loathsomeness with false humor?
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