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I would expect from what I've been reading in your posts that you are at least aware of similar understandings among the Latter-day Saints.
What is your connection, if any, to that church?
George J. Downing
I had heard of an interview you were about to do with Israel National Radio; Tamar Yonah Show? Then I never heard about it again. Was it done, was it
Wish I could do more, but right now half of every paycheck I get is going to
help out a widow and her son. And even that's not enough to meet their
needs, even with what she brings in herself.
# My name is Yair Davidiy. I live in Jerusalem. I have been in Israel for a long time, since 1974.
I am basically a researcher. I research Biblical subjects, Rabbinical subjects, history in general, contemporary affairs.
I specialize, or the people with whom I am associated; - I head a group of people, you could say, who specialize in researching where the Lost Ten Tribes are today, where they are to be found, descendants of the Lost Tribes of Israel, where they are concentrated and we find them to be found amongst Western Peoples, and that is where they give expression to their Israelite ancestry.... #
# I specialize, or the people with whom I am associated; - I head a group of people, you could say, who specialize in researching ..#
...I think it was a mistake to single out Nehemia Gordon. I've heard and seen him speak, and do not detect a single shred of antagonism against Orthodox. He simply discusses calmly and without a hint of venom, how their practices don't jive with the plain teaching of Torah. He simply believes differently than you do and than I do, for that matter. This is NOT anti-semitism, or hatred of Xns. Sometimes I feel sad that the Orthodox have such knee-jerk reactions when good and seeking hearts are simply disagreeing with them. To disagree with a Jew is NOT to be anti-semitic. I, for one, APPRECIATE that he is willing to have calm discussions with us ...
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