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    • Ok then...you don't even understand Modus Tollens.... You are WOEFULLY untrained in modern analytic philosophy, thus you don't even know what you're talking about. MODUS TOLLENS is a LOGICAL INFERENCE RULE used in PHILOSOPHY OF LOGIC. If you ACCEPT IT, then you ACCEPT GOOD PHILOSOPHY OF LOGIC. If you REJECT IT, then you REJECT RATIONALITY! You choose! Until then, I won't engage further... What's your choice? Do you ACCEPT or REJECT modus tollens? blessings...  
    • I did not assist my dog in murdering the hamster - she did that while my back was turned (I think we were all outside actually).  Buddy paid her in gifts and love ........  That is pretty funny that the hamster bit the cat. I loved feeding BJ different things, he was quite the trip. Such a little character. 
    • Hi there! Ok, yes, my post was in response to the original post in the thread....which stated that Torah is the wrong conclusion.....(I presumed that the original post in the thread was a generally anti-Torah post, claiming that we Christians need not be concerned about obeying Torah instructions.....but even that was uncertain, given the ambiguity in the original post in the thread.....) So, given my assumption, I provided a pro-Torah post in response, in effect claiming that Torah instructions ARE something that we Christians should be concerned about obeying.... Hope this answers your original question...   And yes, love for Torah entails love for God (Dt.6:6) which is proven through love for ALL Torah (Dt. 6:25). John agrees (1Jn.5:3).   "Does the Torah include the dietary laws and the ceremonial laws?" Yes, Torah (defined as the written Torah of Moses, c.f. 1K.2:3, being Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy) includes the instructions given to Israel (i.e., given to us). So, dietary laws (Lev. 11;Dt.14) are included (and explicitly applied to us, 1Pe.1;16). Even ceremonial laws were obeyed by 1st-century Christians (Ac.21:20). Some Christians were even animal-sacrificing priests! (Ac.6:7)   But now, in our present state of diaspora (Jas.1:1), we can't obey those Torah portions. But Jesus WILL restore them (Mal.3:4), and we WILL again obey 100% of all Torah (Dt.30:1-8) when we return to inherit the land promised to us (Mt.5:5;Gal.3:29).   "If so, are we still required to follow them, Passover for example? " Passover is an instance of the moedim in general....none of which are technically fully observable while in diaspora (see Lam.1:4). But Paul STILL requires Corinthians to obey Torah (1Cor.7:19)....even Passover, while in CORINTH (1Cor.5:7-8). So, the command to celebrate Pesach in 1Cor.5 is evidently a command to engage in a COMMEMORATIVE celebration, not a literal celebration as required in all Torah details. After all, it's doubtful that all men in Corinth could, in practice, make the journey to Jerusalem....and of course Paul would have known this, thus again confirming that the Pesach commandment (1Cor.5:7-8) is a COMMEMORATIVE commandment for those in diaspora. Nevertheless, Paul DID command it (1Cor.5:7-8), so we should do what Paul requires (given his apostolic authority, 1Cor.12:28;Mt.23:34).   blessings...          
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