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May one keep a stricter Rabbinic halacha?


The Emissary Matthew records concerning Yeshua:


24 And when they had come into K'far Nachum, they that received the drachma came

near to Kefa, and said to him, Does your rabbi pay the drachma?

25 And he said, Certainly. And as he came to the house, Yeshua prevented him,


How seems it to you, Shim'on? The kings of the earth: of whom do they receive

tribute and custom? Of their own children, or of strangers?

26 And he said, Of strangers. Then Yeshua said to him: If so, the children are free.

27 But in order that we may not provoke them, go you to the sea, and cast the

baited net, and take the fish that first comes up. And when you have opened its

mouth, you will find a litra: that take, and give to them for Me and you.

(Matt. 17:24-27)


The International Nazarene Beit Din says:


In order that one may not provoke the Rabbinic Community, it is permissable that

they observe a stricter Rabbinic Halachah.


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