Jesus Christ's name found in the Tanakh
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“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#47 Feb 2, 2013
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#48 Feb 9, 2013
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yeshua is a feminin name. You would give that to a girl.
In the ODES OF SOLOMON the son is a cup filled with the overflowing milk of his fathers bossoms.
That's early 2nd c. CE christian writing in it's infancy.
If you did not get the feminin aspect by now, you never will.
Any name of jesus did not even exist in the earliest 'christian' writings. We had to wait till around at least the 4th century and probably later before they inserted that.
<quoted text> yeshua is a feminin name. You give that to a girl.
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Wouldn’t the feminine have a hey at the end as in Is 26:1 or a tav as in Is 26:19 if it were truly feminine?
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And are you telling us the priests in Ezra 2:36 were of the house of a woman? And that the Levites in verse 40 were known by a woman’s name? Are you saying that Jeshua the SON of Jozadak was really a woman? Maybe she was the inspiration for Yentil! What about Ezer the son of Jeshua in Ne 3:19 was he a woman also? What about Joshua the son of Nun in Ne 8:17? What about the Jeshua son of Azaniah in Ne 10:10? We have Jeshua the son of Kadmiel in Ne 12:24. Were women eligible for the lots cast for the service of the princes of the sanctuary in 1 Ch 24:11?
<quoted text> In the ODES OF SOLOMON the son is a cup filled with the overflowing milk of his fathers bossoms.
That's early 2nd c. CE christian writing in it's infancy.
If you did not get the feminin
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Isn't that consistant with the idea of G-d having both masculine and feminine attributes? Isn't it consistent with blessing flowing down from the higher sefirot to the lower?

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#49 Feb 10, 2013
Aramaic and hebrew are different.

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#50 Feb 10, 2013
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You could look it up for yourself and see how the spelling differs.

status absolutus or status contructus (connected in english by the word 'of') also make a difference and there are a number of exceptions to the rule.

Rule f. st. abs.-a(aa) or with taw would then be no different from st. constr.

Or fem. nouns that beget a male plural sjana-sjanim.
Or male nouns that beget a fem. plural sjem-sjemot.
That does not mean they change gender.

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#51 Feb 10, 2013
Odes of Solomon is an actual christian text of the 2nd century. Not gnostic nor jewish.

M114 wrote:
Isn't that consistant with the idea of G-d having both masculine and feminine attributes? Isn't it consistent with blessing flowing down from the higher sefirot to the lower?
end quote.

It proofs the point that actual early christianity.(Note. Usually early christianity as reference to the history as really happened would be 4th century CE)is very different from what modern christianity and church-history makes it out to be.

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#54 Feb 14, 2013
Oh great. Another thread trying to brainwash Jews into Christianity?

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#55 Feb 14, 2013
Love your pic Lipush.

Ah it just goes on and on.
Looking at links however i ran into mainly christians wanting tattoos with jesus name and other such to them meaningfull words and expressions.
They take one of those messianic 'learn hebrew' sites and we end up laughing our heads of.

I parked it in the Vatican tattoo conference line.

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#56 Feb 14, 2013
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#58 Feb 28, 2013
Jesus (Lucifer) is prophecied in the Hebrew bible-not as the messiah but instead as the modern day idol of Israel. Israel will be joined to idols in the latter years. Lucifer (it's a sin to speak the name of an idol) has been around for about 2000 years, he's a "new god that came newly up". Christianity and Judaism are mutually exclusive-you can't be Jewish and Christian at the same time. Christianity is idolatry and is expressly forbidden in The Testimony. My God is alive, Jesus is dead and did not rise from the dead, if he had risen from the dead he would be here.

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