To Observant Christians And Jews - Poem by Saiom Shriver
Can both of these be right?
Exodus 29: 38 (1611 King James Bible)
Now this is that which thou shalt offer vpon the Altar; two lambs of the first yere, day by day continually.
Isaiah 1: 11 (1611 King James Bible)
To what purpose is the multitude of your sacrifices vnto me, sayth the Lord? I am full of the burnt offerings of rammes, and the fat of fedde beasts, and I delight not in the blood of bullockes, or of lambes, or of hee goates.
Sooner or later does a soul believe that Isaiah's nonviolence and not the animal sacrifice of Exodus is what God wants?
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