Can a High Priest serve with blemishes?

Fred

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You are not giving the full story, and in doing so are being deceptive. Strongs Concordance lists several meanings of Pelakh: to serve, or to worship, or to minister.

Worship cannot be divorced from the meaning of this word.

You are trying to stamp it out.

Thayt is being deceptive because you don't approve of the Lord Jesus being worshiped.
 

Jewjitzu

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You are not giving the full story, and in doing so are being deceptive. Strongs Concordance lists several meanings of Pelakh: to serve, or to worship, or to minister.
When applied to humans, it isn't worship but reverence.

Ultimately, your god bows and has knees and a tongue.
 

Open Heart

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Worship cannot be divorced from the meaning of this word.

You are trying to stamp it out.

Thayt is being deceptive because you don't approve of the Lord Jesus being worshiped.
No, we are simply reading it in context to know which of the definitions fit. The Tanakh teaches that only God is to be worshiped, therefore we will not be worshiping the Messiah, since the Messiah is only a man. Thus, the definition that fits the context of Daniel 7:14 is serve, not worship.

Again, you got caught in an act of deceit. We now know that you are willing to lie by omission in order to win an argument.
 
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