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Isaish 65:17 (66:22) writes about a ‘new’ heaven and earth. Although I’m not sure what that means, I find these words somewhat strange, because there are some verses which indicate the possibility that these won’t pass away. For example David says in a Psalm (37:29): “The righteous will inherit the land, and dwell in it forever.” Again Asaph says: “..like the earth which He has founded forever (Psalm 78:69).” Kohelet 1:4 says: “the earth endures forever.” Besides this, I always thought heaven and earth were called upon as witnesses, as these would endure forever. So what’s the meaning of ‘new/renewed heaven and earth,’ and in such a case what is it exactly that’s new/renewed about it?
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Regarding Zechariah 11:8. "Three shepherds also I cut off in one month; and my soul loathed them, and their soul also abhorred me". What is the meaning of the Hebrew word translated as "cut off" in this verse?
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Dear Respected Rabbi, Shalom! I came across a disturbing statement in one of the "Jewish" portals that the Blessed Book of Job is a fiction. What is the Rabbinical stand/perspective on the Book of Job as regards the authenticity of the events recorded in it? Shall be obliged to receive your clarification.
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