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exactly. I too have witnessed bans on such topics. Which is why,for the first time on Ats, I made the conscious decision to ask permission to start a thread on a particular subject.
originally posted by: FraternitasSaturni
a reply to: sk0rpi0n
dude anything can be discussed... within the reasonable boundaries of common sense of course - I've been here since 2005 and I have yet to see a subject that can't be discussed - I've seen subjects that cant be discussed when they take THAT left turn, but if they keep it, like I said "within the reasonable boundaries of common sense" and respect and keeping it civil (specially when its sensitive), I dont think theres anything wrong with it.
And I've seen a LOT of bans also mind you...
It is not just certain of the Jews who use and misuse Talmudic principles.
The Jewish Scribes claim the Talmud is partly a collection of traditions Moses gave them in oral form. These had not yet been written down in Jesus' time. Christ condemned the traditions of the Mishnah (early Talmud) and those who taught it (Scribes and Pharisees), because the Talmud nullifies the teachings of the Holy Bible.
Shmuel Safrai in The Literature of the Sages Part One (p.164), points out that in chapters 4 and 5 of the Talmud's Gittin Tractate, the Talmud nullifies the Biblical teaching concerning money-lending: "
That is defiantly a new novel way of rewording a name, for sure
The talmud is most likely an old book of thoughts an rules and ideas created by slightly evolved/intelligent animals. It would be no surprise that there are things 'disagreeable' about it.
originally posted by: JohnnyCanuck
a reply to: sk0rpi0n
Geee...we have poster with an avatar made up of a red flag with jaggedy black stuff in a white circle, and a name associated with Nazi-era propaganda activities, and he wants to do a thread critical of a Jewish holy book.
Heck...what could go possibly wrong?