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Re: please revise that: Part 1 Dr. Bob

Posted by rayww on November 6, 2004, at 18:56:23

In reply to Re: please revise that rayww, posted by Dr. Bob on November 5, 2004, at 15:44:55

I am assuming that you have reference to the word, "Jew" in Jacob 4:15, but that being so, perhaps what I should do is make an attempt to explain the significance of that scripture to the Jews. Did you know that Mormons and Jews are the only two religions that fully accept their common ground foundation in the Old Testament? I absolutely guarantee Mormons are not anti-Semitic. We acknowledge the Abrahamic covenant, and birthright.

God covenanted with Abraham that his seed would be blessed and as innumerable as the sands of the sea. We suspect that nearly every nation on earth today has Abraham's seed mixed with theirs in fulfillment of that covenant. If you would like to study the Abrahamic covenant, here are a few (hundred) scriptures.
http://scriptures.lds.org/query? words=abrahamic+covenant&scripturesearch_button=Search

end of part 1. Please keep reading - - I haven't revised yet.

> > http://scriptures.lds.org/query?words=foundation++build+fall&search.x=31&search.y=10
>
> Keeping in mind that the idea here is not to put down the beliefs of others, could you please revise the above so that it doesn't include, for example, Jacob 4: 15? Thanks,
>
> Bob


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