The Two Great Principles and Sefer Pitron Torah

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A passage in Sefer Pitron Torah, a medieval miscellany dealing with Leviticus 19, the Holiness Chapter, buttresses the conclusions arrived at in "The Decalogue and the New Testament." If we could be sure that this passage is based on older, ancient material, and that it was not influenced by the New Testament, the area of conjecture in our conclusions would shrink, or perhaps vanish altogether.

A passage in Sefer Pitron Torah, a medieval miscellany dealing with Leviticus 19, the Holiness Chapter, buttresses the conclusions arrived at in “The Decalogue and the New Testament.” If we could be sure that this passage is based on older, ancient material, and that it was not influenced by the New Testament, the area of conjecture in our conclusions would shrink, or perhaps vanish altogether.

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  1. Pingback: The Decalogue and the New Testament | JerusalemPerspective.com Online

  2. Another incredible article by Flusser. I wonder why he didn’t include the work of Philo who makes many references to the Decalogue and the two part division here with the love of God and love of one’s neighbor.

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