Translation of Mosaic law in Spanish:

Mosaic law

la ley de Moisés, n.

Pronunciation /mə(ʊ)ˈzeɪɪk ˌlɔː/


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    la ley de Moisés
    la ley mosaica
    • Israeli Jews will then have emancipated themselves at last, becoming citizens of Israel - of the Mosaic persuasion.
    • It pertains to the nature of the Mosaic covenant.
    • Israel was seen as God's son in the Mosaic covenant.
    • Then model your worship on the Mosaic tabernacle and priesthood.
    • The Sabbath was, I agree, a covenantal sign for the Mosaic covenant, and it certainly ceased as a 7th day covenant.
    • Of a critical turn of mind, he let drop a hint that there might be some doubt as to the Mosaic authorship of the Pentateuch; the hint was picked up six centuries later by Spinoza and led to modern Bible criticism.
    • They were seen as traitors because they no longer kept the Mosaic ceremonies or submitted to earthly priests.
    • In the Old Testament, it was part of the Mosaic code that an Israelite could not be indicted and convicted based upon the testimony of one person.
    • Nevertheless, he argued strongly in defense of the Mosaic origin of this primary list of Ten Commandments.
    • I still don't understand the clinging to the Mosaic laws that Christianity still fights tooth and nail to do.
    • King Solomon's alliances are seen here not as threats to the pristine Mosaic ethos but as props to the peace.
    • Burnet sought to reconcile a Cartesian-derived historical account of the origins of the Earth with the creation account of the Mosaic tradition.
    • It is certainly not my intention to suggest that the Mosaic plan could be used as an exact blueprint in a society that has moved past the pastoral or agricultural stage.
    • The answer, as was suggested earlier, resides in an understanding of two pivotal covenants in the Old Testament, the Abrahamic and Mosaic covenants.
    • They believed that there was only one God and that only he should be worshipped by sacrifice or any other means - agreeing with the contents of the first table of the Mosaic commandments.
    • It is not peripheral but central to Mosaic religious experience and thought.
    • This might be a reason for the Mosaic laws against eating carnivores and shellfish.
    • Conversely, there is the Mosaic prohibition against murder of any kind, coupled with the idea of the body and soul as God's property, and perception of suicide as motivated by despair.
    • No matter what generation reads these words, they are commanded to claim the Mosaic history as their own and not merely to recall what their ancestors experienced long ago.
    • But the orienting theme throughout the Mosaic canon is life and its blessings, the affirmation of personhood.