Date: Fri Dec 06 2002 - 12:02:24 EST
In a message dated 12/6/02 9:35:08 AM Eastern Standard Time, email@example.com
> RFaussette@aol.com wrote:
> > In a message dated 12/5/02 11:09:17 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> > firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> > > 1. "Kung fu don't work on a twelve-gauge."
> > This above is an unintelligible response.
> I said that Rich could have the last word but should perhaps add that
> my #1
> above - which is not original with me - was intended as a tongue in cheek
> comment on the
> statement "Cunning always wins out, even over physical violence."
> George L. Murphy
Kung fu and a shotgun are both physical violence so I don't know how your
statement is relevant to mine regarding cunning and physical violence.
Your reference to Judah's ruling is an incorrect reading of Scripture.
Judah's rule is conditional and only lasts as long as "the obedience of the
nations is his." Joseph on the other hand, "the archers savagely attacked
him, they shot at him and pressed him hard, but their bow was splintered by
the ETERNAL." The blessing continues, "The blessings... shall be on the head
of Joseph, on the brow of the PRINCE among his brothers." Who rules here
with God's blessing and Jacob's blessing? It is Joseph, not Judah. Physical
violence as scripture indicates is ineffective against Joseph.
I do accept that an unforeseen interpretation of scripture may be difficult
thanks for the opportunity to elucidate my position and thanks to the
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