Saturday, September 9, 2017

The Loaf of Bread

The Loaf of Bread

When making a loaf of bread the ingredients determine the ultimate texture and taste.  Ingredients typically vary and in some cases the smallest additions play the greatest role in the overall outcome of the bread.  Some breads are white and some are dark brown.  Breads can be made with rye, pumpernickel, whole wheat, kamut, buckwheat etc and their size and shape create even more possibilities.

While flour is the bulk of bread ingredients, bakers will add oil, yeast, fruit, seeds, salt, eggs, water, milk, butter and so much more. The least ingredient could have the greatest impact on the final product, as is the case with yeast.

A nation’s policy on diversity and racial inclusion is no different than the loaf of bread. Sometimes the most impactful ingredient in the bread-mix comes from the least consequential addition. In other cases, the one ingredient deemed or thought to be essential could compromise the entire loaf, and its only reason for use is tradition.

Tradition is not an essential ingredient and must be avoided at all costs.

[Tradition is]……Colossians 2:8 Titus 1:14, a doctrine, sentiment, or custom not found in the Bible, but transmitted orally from generation to generation from some presumed inspired authority. In patriarchal times, much that was valuable and obligatory was thus preserved. But tradition has long been superseded by the successive and completed revelations of God's will which form the inspired Scriptures, the only perfect and sufficient rule of belief and practice. With this, even before the time of the Saviour, Isaiah 8:20, all traditions were to be compared, as being of no value if they conflicted with it, added to it, or took from it, Revelation 22:19. And if anyone takes words away from this scroll of prophecy, God will take away from that person any share in the tree of life and in the Holy City, which are described in this scroll.

The Jews had numerous unwritten traditions, which they affirmed to have been delivered to Moses on Mount Sinai, and by him transmitted to Joshua, the judges, and the prophets…….. in view of their increasing dispersion over the earth, the Jews desired to secure their traditions by committing them to writing. 

These traditions, while cast in secrecy, have formed the one true jewish religious manuscript - it is known as the Talmud. Talmudic traditions and laws are not the laws of God, and as such jews can never be considered the children of God.

The influence of jewish tradition on the human loaf of bread is in fact the most detrimental ingredient of all. For it is DESTROYING the entire loaf and seeks to do away with all the ingredients. Jewish tradition is inherently filled with lies, deception and evil. 

The greatest of these components are their lies.



Will Lucy follow Katia?

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

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