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►The Mormons are brainwashed
►The Muslims are brainwashed
►The Liberals are brainwashed
►The Jews are brainwashed

Phew! Glad I don't have to question my beliefs.

Ready for #SaltySeminary with #WellHellzBellz?


Cain Slaying Abel, painted 1608.

by Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640)…

Abraham and Isaac.
Did it happen?

Sacrifice of Isaac painting by Caravaggio, 1603.
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1/ Just last week, as Jews gathered around their #Passover tables to recount the story of our Exodus from Egypt, we read the passage of V’hi She’amda in which we recall how in each generation there have been those who have risen up against us and sought to deny the #Jewish
2/ …people’s right to exist. Tragically, this threat remains very real in our generation today.

The murder of Lori Gilbert Kaye z”l in the #Chabad of #Poway synagogue in #SanDiego, California is but the latest in too long a list of recent antisemitic attacks on #Jews and #Jewish communities around the world.
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1. Because I have some time over the Passover holiday, I want to address a point from a week ago with the proper attention it deserves. In other words...

It's time for another Twitter shiur!

Today's topic: Employer's Right / Employee's Obligations in Jewish Law
2. The motivation for this thread comes from this case before Passover where a rabbi made the following declaration for his community in response to a worker's strike at a nearby market.…
3. I do not know enough to comment on the merits of the strike, nor do I question the authority of the rabbi to pasken for his own community. But the categorical statement of breaking a strike violating Jewish law, let alone saying it is "well-established" is questionable
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Today is both #Easter and the 2772nd birthday of the founding of Rome (#NatalediRoma), and the second day of #Passover. So here's a short thread on how these three things are MUCH more closely related than you thought! (1/n)
First, Passover. This is the English word for the translation of "pasha" (Aramaic) and "pesah" (Hebrew) for "he passes over." It's a reference to God passing over the Israelites when killing first-born Egyptians. (2/n)
In Late Latin, the word "pasc(h)a" was used to mean both Passover and Easter. This seems to be related to the fact that both holidays were reckoned based on the vernal equinox. (3/n)
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Do you know My King, Jesus?
Allow me to introduce Him to you.
(Credit: Sermon from Rev S.M. Lockridge)
#GoodFriday #HolyWeek #Passover
He's the King of the Jews.
He's the King of Israel.
He's the King of Righteousness.
He's the King of the Ages.
He's the King of Heaven.
He's the King of Glory.
He's the King of Kings, and He's the Lord of Lords.
That's my King. David said, "The Heavens declare the glory of God &
the firmament shows His handiwork." My King is sovereign. No means of measure can define His limitless love. No far seeing telescope can bring into visibility the coastline of His shoreless supply.
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