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MemberAugust 19, 2020 at 7:29 am
If I can respectfully answer your question sister. If you’ll read the book of Maccabees which covers the chronicles of the righteous root of our people during Alexander the Greats dynastic rule then you will see that a lot of tribesmen began to adopt Hellenistic culture. This resulted in them undoing their circumcision and partaking in The Hellenistic(Greek) lifestyle. This consisted of a Greek diet(eating unclean things), participating in sodomite rituals( going to the gymnasium which in ancient times was a place of nudity and pederastic courting of younger men), as well as turning their back on our culture overall. If you’ll remember, circumcision is the physical gesture Father Yah required To demonstrate that we would not let our carnality rule us and that we would follow his statutes and commandments. In other words it was The symbol of our covenant with him. So when our kindred undid their circumcision they effectively cut themselves out of the covenant. To combat this the Pharisees were formed. They were originally benign and helped establish the Hasmonean dynasty which was run by Levites. In the book of Act you’ll see that when the text says Hebrew its greek equivalent is Hebraios. This denotes our people who stayed true to their roots. Like a sister mentioned earlier, in Acts the word in Koine(Greek) is Hellenistai which is a Greek speaking Jew or hellenist( a practicer of Hellenistic culture). Remember that The book of Acts covers the life and Journeys of Paul. The other “books” of Paul are letters sent to each location outlined in the Book of Acts to give us an idea of what he was dealing with. Remember that in the Book of Acts Paul was going to Synagogues which is where our people congregated.