Hootman huge-gland hunam
- Jun 12, 2014
What makes your bible translation radically different?That was in early 2018 when I said that. Basically, I haven't really been unjewing myself since then as I pretty much got it covered already. But eventually i will probably become a little bit more "jewish" when I join an Ethiopian or coptic church, and start keeping Sabbath again. In my view, so long as I am not part of the church, the Sabbath is not required for me to keep. So eventually when I join a church, I'll enter a covenant and then I'll have to start keeping Sabbath and never again cease from doing so even if I ceased being part of a church. the basic idea is I need to enter a covenant with God but that is only possible through a church in my belief, so until that happens, I will live as a believing Gentile. Plus I hope to purify myself at least somewhat before I join a church. And in the age of covid I don't want to join a church because of the difficulties of participating in an ethiopian or coptic church right now with all the crazy covid restrictions.
Learning hebrew isn't about being a Jew though. The Canaanites spoke Hebrew before the Jews did. I want to learn Hebrew so I can translate the Bible for my new translation in which I create a radically different version of the Bible.