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Deu 23:2 A bastard shall not enter into the congregation of the LORD; even to his tenth generation shall he not enter into the congregation of the LORD.

Deu 23:3 An Ammonite or Moabite shall not enter into the congregation of the LORD; even to their tenth generation shall they not enter into the congregation of the LORD forever:

Deu 23:2 A bastard4464 shall not3808 enter935 into the congregation6951 of the LORD;3068

 

As pointed out by Arnold Kennedy and Jerry Rugledge, the "congregation" referred to above applies only to racial Israelites and not the mixed multitude within the Israelite camp.  Thus it would appear that mamzers were permitted to remain in the Israelite community, but could not partake of religious ceremonies, public office, positions of authority over Israelites, or any other activity in "the congregation of the LORD" where only Israelites were permitted.

However, wherever "congregation" is translated from "mowed" or "edah", both Israelites and the mixed multitude are included, as in the following Scripture:

 

 

From: "aekennedy" <aekennedy@xtra.co.nz>

Friends, Whilst this has been rightly stated it could easily could have been wrong!!

In the Old Testament there are three major words that have to do with the "assembly". These words are

 

Mowed Refers to the meeting place or the meeting itself. The translators had a lot of fun translating this word, giving it meanings such as assembly, appointed, seasons, congregation and solemn. There are 24 references. All these translations do not help to make understanding easy. It means an appointed meeting or their coming together. This word is inclusive of everyone within the Israelite camp, both Israelite and non-Israelite.

 

Cahal (or Kahal) An assembly called together invited out of whole congregation. The word only relates to racial Israelites, and so does not include any of the mixed multitude within the Israelite camp. These are the called out ones who applied the blood of the Passover lamb.

 

Edah The whole assembly inclusive of both Israelites and the mixed multitude. Unfortunately, both edah and qahal are translated as congregation and this gives rise to the misconception that the mixed multitude had the same total position as the Israelite bloodline. A parallel situation of mixture applied in Judea at the time of Jesus and a similar position is found among our assemblies today.

 

In both Testaments, the cahal and ekklesia are used exclusively of the seed of Abraham.

 

Regards, Arnold Kennedy of New Zealand..

 

 

 

From: "aekennedy" aekennedy@xtra.co.nz  

Friends, Whilst this has been rightly stated it could easily could have been wrong!!

In the Old Testament there are three major words that have to do with the "assembly". These words are

Mowed Refers to the meeting place or the meeting itself. The translators had a lot of fun translating this word, giving it meanings such as assembly, appointed, seasons, congregation and solemn. There are 24 references. All these translations do not help to make understanding easy. It means an appointed meeting or their coming together. This word is inclusive of everyone within the Israelite camp, both Israelite and non-Israelite.

Cahal (or Kahal) An assembly called together invited out of whole congregation. The word only relates to racial Israelites, and so does not include any of the mixed multitude within the Israelite camp. These are the called out ones who applied the blood of the Passover lamb.

Edah The whole assembly inclusive of both Israelites and the mixed multitude. Unfortunately, both edah and qahal are translated as congregation and this gives rise to the misconception that the mixed multitude had the same total position as the Israelite bloodline. A parallel situation of mixture applied in Judea at the time of Jesus and a similar position is found among our assemblies today.

In both Testaments, the cahal and ekklesia are used exclusively of the seed of Abraham.

Regards, Arnold Kennedy of New Zealand..

 

This excellent insight into the definition of "congregation of the LORD" reveals that the English word "congregation" was translated from three different Hebrew words and that Strong's Concordance leaves out the most important details about the differences between the mixed multitude and Israelites.

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From H3259; properly an appointment, that is, a fixed time or season; specifically a festival; conventionally a year; by implication, an assembly (as convened for a definite purpose); technically the congregation; by extension, the place of meeting; also a signal (as appointed beforehand) - appointed (sign, time), (place of, solemn) assembly, congregation, (set, solemn) feast, (appointed, due) season, solemn (-ity), synagogue, (set) time (appointed).

 

H6951

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From H6950; assemblage (usually concretely) - assembly, company, congregation, multitude.

 

H5712

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Feminine of H5707 in the original sense of fixture; a stated assemblage (specifically a concourse, or generally a family or crowd) - assembly, company, congregation, multitude, people, swarm. Compare H5713.

 

At 0449 AM 11/4/2003 -0600, Jerry Rutledge wrote

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In regard to comments made by Mr. Kennedy in N.Z, I would like to add some thoughts.

 

Please consider the following words translated to mean "Congregation"

 

 

The first two words, "elem" & "chaiyah" are only translated "Congregation" three times in scripture

 

Congregation (bound… Hebrew ‘elem’ )

Used one time in Ps. 581

 

Congregation (Tribe… Hebrew ‘chaiyah’ )

Used twice in the Bible once in Ps. 6810 and once in Ps. 7419

 

 

However the next three words are translated into "Congregation" on numerous occasions in Scripture

 

Congregation (A meeting place; the meeting itself… Hebrew ‘moed’ )

"congregation – translated 149 times.

"assembly, place of assembly, solemn assembly" = 4 times.

"feast, appointed feast, set feast, solemn feast" = 21 times.

Many other words such as Days, times, solemn times, etc. are used.

 

Congregation (An appointed meeting… Hebrew ‘edah’ )

"congregation – translated 124 times.

"assembly" =9 times.

"company" = 13 times.

"multitude, people, and swarm" Translated one each.

 

Congregation (An assembly called together… Hebrew ‘qahal’)

"congregation – translated 86 times.

"assembly" = 17 times.

"company" = 17 times.

"multitude" = 3 times.

 

 

Does the use of so many different words translated into the same English word cause confusion in determining the exact, absolute meaning of a word? Yes… Well, what do we do then to help us understand the true meaning? Simple We use the concepts on study methods for interpretation as taught in the Scripture itself, and we use concepts taught in the Law of Evidence under Common Law.

First, please consider the concepts of learning and understanding Scriptures as stated by Scripture itself

 

God teaches knowledge to those who are weaned from milk, and are ready for the meat of the word…

 

9 Whom shall he teach knowledge? And whom shall be make to understand doctrine? Them that are weaned from the milk, and drawn from the breasts.

 

 

The key method for study is to compare line upon line; to compare precept upon precept; checking here and there in the scripture

 

10 For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, and there a little.

Isaiah 289-10

 

 

But those who will not hear God’s word, because they are still on milk, will fall backward, .

 

12… yet they would not hear.

13 But the word of the Lord was unto them precept upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, and there a little; that they might go, and fall backward, and be broken, and snared.

Isaiah 2812-13

 

 

The same thing for the ability to learn is also taught in the book of Hebrews in that great discourse on the ability to understand in chapter five.

 

11 Of whom we have many things to say, and hard to be uttered, seeing ye are dull of hearing.

12 For when for the time ye ought to be teachers, ye have need that one teach you again which be the first principles of the oracles of God; and are become such as have need of milk, and not of strong meat.

13 For everyone that useth milk is unskilled in the word of righteousness for he is a babe.

14 But strong meat belongeth to them that are of full age, even those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil.

Hebrews 511-14

 

 

 

 

Jesus, the Christ teaches that instructed scribes study old and new things…

51 Jesus saith unto them, Have ye understood all these things? They say unto him, Yea, Lord.

52 Then said he unot them, Therefore every scribe which is instructed unto the kingdom of heaven is like unto a man that is an householder, which bringetht forth our of his treasure things new and old.

Matthew 1351-52

 

 

And of course, that great admonition from the Apostle Paul unto Timothy…

15 Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.

II Tim. 215

 

 

Finally, use principles from the law of evidence which is a part of Common Law, which is the law of the land and therefore a part of the heritage of our race…

 

I will now make a dogmatic statement God is the "Original Segregationist".

 

God established a command in nature that everything should reproduce after its own kind.

 

Scripture clearly teaches that God created nations and that he set the boundaries of those nations so that they would not live together, which was for their own benefit

 

 

26 And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation; Acts <?xmlnamespace prefix = st1 ns = "urnschemas-microsoft-comofficesmarttags" />1726

 

Further proof that God is against miscegenation is the fact that God said

"Jacob have I loved, Esau have I hated…"

 

Abraham knew the precepts passed down from God in Genesis when he said that everything was to reproduce after his own kind. Therefore, Abraham got a Bride from Isaac from his own people. Isaac in turn and in agreement with Rebekah, his wife demanded that Jacob get a wife of his own race, and showed disgust for the choice of Esau. Ezra commanded that Israel put away their wives of another race and also getting rid of their miscegenated, mongrelized children.

People who are politically correct, according to current "Public Policy" will say in defiance of reason that Moses had a black wife, and never bother to check things out in Scripture. Yet Moses received Genesis from God, so Moses knew that miscegenation was wrong. Many of our references come from the "Law of Moses." They whine when we say otherwise. They say that there is really no such thing as race. It is just an imaginary concept. They slander and libel Abraham for his treatment of Ishmael.

But can you say such things as that about Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, that they were not against intermarriage? Or that God was for racial integration? No. That is against the Scriptures, for example

 

The mother of Isaac was of the same racial stock as Abraham. Please note that the religion of both Ishmael and Isaac were the same, but, even though Abraham interceded for Ishmael, that he might stand before the Lord, he was told by God that Ishmael would not inherit the covenant, but the inheritance would go to Isaac. God’s habits and character were for segregation. He separated different races of men by geographical boundaries. He would not allow people to put different kinds of cattle in their pastures. He forbade the planting of different kinds of grapes in the same vineyard. He forbade the plowing of an Ox and an Ass together and he taught those concepts to all of mankind in Holy Writ. To argue otherwise is to Slander God. To put it in writing is Libelous.

 

 

Please consider the following Memorandum of Authorities on Evidence of Character and Habits, and Presumptions of same.

Chapter. V.

1. Character as evidence or in issue.

� 14 b. Character as evidence of an act done. That a human being has a moral disposition or character of a certain sort is of more or less probative value in indicating the likelihood of his doing or not doing an act of a related sort;...

 

 

2. Evidence to prove Character.

� 14 h. Particular conduct a evidence of Character in issue. When character is provable as part of an issue, the objections to evidencing it by particular acts lose most of their force; since there is no undue prejudice (other than is necessarily involved), no unfair surprise ( because the issue warns of evidence to be anticipated), and no confusion of issue (because character is one of them), and furthermore because other equally good evidence is often not available.

 

 

3. Other human qualities as evidence of an act.

� 14 j. Habit, Custom. A habit of doing a thing is naturally of probative value as indicating that on a particular occasion the thing was done as usual, and, if clearly shown as a definite course of action, is constantly admitted in evidence.

 

Law of Evidence, Simon Greenleaf, 16th Ed. Vol.1 (1899)

Presumptions

� 58. Presumptions as to continuance of the existing state of things. When things are proven to have existed in a particular state, they are presumed to have continued in that state , until the contrary is established, either direct or presumptive…. When the habits and character of a person have been in issue the rule has been applied…. It is doubtless true that sudden and marked changes sometimes take place in the character and habits of individuals, but it is equally true that such sudden changes are not in the common course of experience; they are so exceptional as not to interfere with the general presumption that the character, habits and opinions of a person continue the same.

 

Law of Evidence in Civil Cases, Burr W. Jones, 2nd Ed. (1908)

 

Comparing scripture with scripture and using the Evidence found in Scripture, and considering the unchanging character of God, …

6 For I am the Lord, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.

Malachi 36

 

God character is such that he does not change. It He was Holy in the beginning and he is Holy now. He told Israel to be Holy. There is nothing Holy about pornography and mixed marriages quite the contrary, they are considered fornication in Scripture, in both in the Old and New Testaments.

 

Thanks you…

Bro. Jerry

 

Jerry Rutledge, Trustee

American History Preservation Trust Ministry

 

 

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