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Were There Many Hebrews Who Rejected Animal Sacrifice?

Sat Jan 17, 2015 7:40 am +0000

Were there many Hebrews who rejected animal sacrifice in ancient times,
after the time of Moses and but well before Christ Michael/Jesus and John the Baptist,
besides the Essenes, some of whom later called the temple in Jerusalem, "the slaughter house" ?

Re: Were There Many Hebrews Who Rejected Animal Sacrifice?

Wed Jan 28, 2015 8:23 am +0000

It is necessary to observe that a certain core of the Hebrews was transferred into the Semitic Christians. That is, Peter & Matthew were prolific Hebrews whose families became the obscure Christian Church. The promises given unto Abraham were maintained and exemplified by Peter. There is a peace, a blessedness, and some remnant of Jacob that went into the Christian Church, in an expecially during the 76 A.D. pillaging of Jerusalem.
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