From: Jan Drew on
On Nov 14, 5:15�pm, Peter Bowditch <myfirstn...(a)ratbags.com> wrote:
> Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> >On Nov 14, 4:11�am, "john" <nos...(a)bt.com> wrote:
> >> "Peter Bowditch" <myfirstn...(a)ratbags.com> wrote in message
>
> >>news:23prf55bnpsmdb32t53qdg0h8kko0fumsk(a)4ax.com...
>
> >> > "john" <nos...(a)bt.com> wrote:
>
> >> >>"Peter Bowditch" <myfirstn...(a)ratbags.com> wrote in message
>
> >> >>> Have you read Torah today, Jan? I have.
>
> >> >>are you Jewish then?
>
> >> > Why would it matter?
>
> >> > Hint: The Torah plays a part in several religions.
>
> >> don't keep us in suspense
>
> >> why do you read the torah?
>
> >> are you shocked at the contenthttp://www.whale.to/b/hoffman11.html
>
> >Not surprised at its subtle bigotry.
>
> I wouldn't call the bigotry "subtle". In any case, it appears yet
> again that John, while invoking Scopie's Law and citing whale.to,
> hasn't actually bothered to read what he posts. I say I read the Torah
> and he posts something about the Talmud.

Poor itch doesn't know what the Talmud is.
>
> --
> Peter Bowditch >

From: john on

"Peter Bowditch" <myfirstname(a)ratbags.com> wrote in message
>
> I wouldn't call the bigotry "subtle". In any case, it appears yet
> again that John, while invoking Scopie's Law and citing whale.to,
> hasn't actually bothered to read what he posts. I say I read the Torah
> and he posts something about the Talmud.
>

The Talmud is the Torah, either way they are Judaism and as inseperable as
parts of the old testament

In rabbinic literature, the word "Torah" denotes both the written text, as
well as an oral tradition....The oral portion consists of the "traditional
interpretations and amplifications handed down by word of mouth from
generation to generation," now embodied in the TALMUD and Midrash
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torah

Oral Torah: The Talmud

In addition to the written scriptures we have an "Oral Torah," a tradition
explaining what the above scriptures mean and how to interpret them and
apply the Laws. Orthodox Jews believe G-d taught the Oral Torah to Moses,
and he taught it to others, down to the present day. This tradition was
maintained only in oral form until about the 2d century C.E., when the oral
law was compiled and written down in a document called the Mishnah.
Over the next few centuries, additional commentaries elaborating on the
Mishnah were written down in Jerusalem and Babylon. These additional
commentaries are known as the Gemara. The Gemara and the Mishnah together
are known as the Talmud. This was completed in the 5th century C.E.


From: john on

"dr_jeff" <utz(a)msu.edu> wrote in message >
> The evidence that autism is caused by vaccine is nearly non-existent and
> very poor. The evidence vaccines do not cause autism is very good,
> including several studies, and very compelling.
>
> Jeff

do stop lying, you neded strangling with your forked tongue
http://www.whale.to/vaccine/vaccine_autism_proven.html