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Unformatted text preview: idence of what they consider the strait laced
legality of Judaism as opposed to Christianity which is based on a belief which is strange to Judaism.
The invention of printing came just at this time. Until then the Talmud was, as all books
were, written by hand. The invention of printing ensured the comparatively cheap and speedy
reproduction of this basic Jewish work. Because of the hatred against some parts of the Talmud which
were deemed anti-Christian by the renegades and through them the fanatic Christian clergy, certain
words and phrases were censored from many of the books of the Talmud. Nowadays many of these
censored concepts have been returned to their rightful place.
The Tefillin that are mentioned above are a classic example of the Oral Law. Tefillin are
square leather boxes painted black, fitted with straps and made in a particular way. In the Tefillin of
the hand, the passages from the Torah as mentioned above, are written on one piece of parchment and
in the Tefillin of the head, these...
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- The Bible