- n. the ethnic group claiming descent from Abraham and Isaac (especially from Isaac's son Jacob); the nation whom God chose to receive his revelation and with whom God chose to make a covenant (Exodus 19)
“Another thing there is the sacrificial law the dietary law the clothing law the judicial law. there are 613 commandents a theocracy to seperate the israelites from the pagans.”
“The King's children, israelites aka christians will destroy that land and they're will be nothing left of it.”
“Another thing there is the sacrificial law the dietary law the clothing law the judicial law . there are 613 commandents a theocracy to seperate the israelites from the pagans .”
“Apparently, the ancient israelites had two different creation myths.”
“The israelites were more likely the Hyskos fleeing from Upper Egypt as Egypt has no historical documentation of son's of Joesph.”
“It is also quite obvious that the israelites originally sacrificed their firstborns to El or Yahweh.”
“Moses leading the israelites out of Egypt, Philippides running the first marathon, John Glenn blasting off to orbit the earth—none of those people could have felt as anguished, as traumatized, as terrified as I did, just taking those twenty or so steps.”
“But didn't the Israelites take biblical israel by conquest themselves?”
“Anyway -- we'll probably be smited by the god of the israelites for blasphemy, but there you go.”
“(Genesis 15: 2) At one time david became complete master of the whole territory, which he garrisoned with israelites.”
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