"I don't know how the verses you presented disproves the Friday(and Wednesday fasts) and Lent, or the Celibacy of the priesthood. It isn't the rosary itself that is sinful it is the prayers and how they are done, the concept behind it is…"
"Also they both kept all things in common
Also Epiphanius called the first Christians "Jessenes"
Also as Trimm points out in his Halakah about divorce Yeshua and the Essenes agreed, also they agreed on vows and…"
"They both excepted Enoch as Scripture like the Essenes. Paul went to train in Damascus to train and the Essenes did the exact same thing. If you use the Syrian Psalter you have the same Psalter as the Essenes. The Ethiopian Canon includes…"
A group dedicated to discussing all things about the "pseudepigraphal" book called Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs, including the restoration of this otherwise grossly neglected Scripture, and extensive comparison of it to the Torah and Jubilees.
This group is for the discussion of restoration of many Qumran ideas. Several ideas to explore are restoring Scriptures found only at Qumran, restoring lost festivals, and discussing the possibility of using the Temple Scroll to build the 3rd TempleSee More
This group is dedicated to restoring the Aaronic priesthood within our lifetimes. All that support this effort: join. Ill see to it that all of the commandments of the Torah are kept as commanded & prophesied.See More
Tanak (Old Testament), Ketuvim Netzarim (New Testament), The Apocrypha, The Book of Enoch, The Book of Jasher
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Because we could not bear his glory at Horeb, God promised to send a mediator. Time and time again throughout scripture this mediator is elaborated upon until it becomes clear that God himself would integrate his spirit with a body and walk amongst us as we are. This is Jesus, and as such he is the living tabernacle of God. His spirit is God’s spirit. This makes him far more than any “son,” sage or enlightened Jew.
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