Shek, It goes the other way - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Rivka
    • 25.10.07 | 02:32 (IST)

    I am not Rebecca btw, and I see we're having the same convo we had the other day (you and I) so just to keep that clear. Shek, no problem at all; you want to worship G-d anyway you wish, good luck have fun. The line is drawn when messianics start the prosletyzation. It's quite annoying at the very least and interferes with the path we're on. So this can be viewed that messianics are actually fightng us (therefore against G-d), not vice versa as you propose. There really is no need to fight by the way which is the irony of it. Within Noahide a place is set for anyone righteous, irrespective of their religious affiliation. So don't confuse the red carpet treatment with full blown authority to walk all over us. In any case, I am happy that you're worshipping G-d and not an Athiest.

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