Shalom – Discover and learn Torah (and the rest of the Bible) with out Rabbinics, Church commentary and other errors. Learn what can be known from Torah saying what Torah says the way Torah says it.
There is a difference between what is a Rabbi and what is Rabbinics. Explained; ‘Rabbi’ does have a variety of meanings; some not so good – My use simply means ‘Teacher’. ‘Rabbinics’ is the compiled sum total (over the centuries) of decisions, conclusions & assertions. I always agree with the Rabbis when they are biblically correct. The problem is that the Orthodox to the Karaite according to 2Cor.3:14 are at best blinded guides.
A ‘blind guide’ still has influence and can be at points correct – But – lacks the clarity of full perception to accurately point the way – Remember; For having eyes that see, they will not (to) see & For having ears that hear, they will not (to) hear – listen or understand.
We are to walk the straight and narrow way (Mt.7:13) – neither turning to the right or left (Dt.28:14) – We must realize there is a Church ditch on one side and a Rabbinic ditch on the other – Both that must be avoided.
Searching for Truth requires Effort – Accepting Truth requires Humility – Teaching Truth requires Knowledge – Defending Truth requires Heart- Living Truth requires Dedication – Standing for Truth requires Courage – Standing in Truth requires the Calm Resolve of Wisdom in the Torah of Yahweh.
“Maturity involves researching and verifying the Truth; striving to make the appropriate changes without searching for loopholes that fuel defense, procrastination or excuse”. – Dr. David L. Perry Th.D.
Discernment is not simply differentiating between right and wrong; but includes discerning to know the difference between right and almost right. (Adapted from ~ C.H. Spurgeon)
“The ultimate ignorance is the blind opinion charged rejection of any issue; coupled with the arrogant absence of correct knowledge which refuses to investigate what is known little or nothing about” – Dr. David L. Perry Th.D.
Yah’s Esteem – DrDave