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The Goal…

The goal of Jewish law is to be the grammar of living. Abraham Joshua Heschel, God in Search of Man: A Philosophy of Judaism

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Rom 10.4: The law points to (or intends) Christ.

The thrust of the passage suggests, then, that Paul uses nomos in the sense of Torah as it stands for scripture: the OT, not as something ‘old’ which has been abrogated by Christ but rather as the living word of … Continue reading

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The ‘Law’ in Jewish eyes.

“The translators of the Septuagint committed a fatal and momentous error when, for lack of a Greek equivalent, they rendered Torah with nomos, which means law, giving rise to a huge and chronic misconception of Judaism and supplying an effective … Continue reading

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