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The writings herein reflect the views of the authors based upon their research into extra-Biblical writings and commentaries.  Some of the comments counter what is written in the Bible, but they do reflect some early Christian and Jewish-Christian thinking and debates over various Christian theology of that time.

Perspectives of Steven Turner
Washing of the Feet

(Matthew 22:1-14)

(Isaiah 20:2-6) (Judges 14:12-20)

Washing the feet is the hardest part of a Vegan garment. Vegan shoes are not as easy to get as other Vegan clothing.

(John 13:1-11, 21:10-24)

The bloody garment of Esau & Edom “eat them,” of the slain animals of the world. (Genesis 25:22-34) (Isaiah 63:1-19)

(1 Maccabees 1:28) (Obadiah 1:1-21) (Haggai 2:12-19)

The Gnostic book called The Interpretation of Knowledge says; Enter through the rib whence you came and hide yourself from the beasts. The burden that you bear now [is] not yours. Whenever [you (fem.)] go […] from his glory […] from the first. From [being counted] with the female, sleep [brought labor] and the [Sabbath]which [is the] world. For [from being] counted with the Father, sleep brought [the Sabbath] and [the exodus] from the [world of the beasts] For the [world] is from [beasts] and it is a [beast]. Therefore [he] that is lost [has been reckoned to the] crafty one, and [that one] is from [the beasts] that came forth. They put upon [him a] garment of condemnation, for the female [had no] other garment for clothing] her seed except the one she first brought on the Sabbath.” (Genesis 3:7) (John 1:47-51) Man falls for woman, so that he can be with her. In the days of old, he sinned for her, and we teach him not to. Textile and wool are of animals. (Zechariah 13:1-9)

Have some herbs with your food, and some fruit, as it is pleasing to the LORD that meat is not used. Eat grain instead of an beast or fowl. Have some wheat, or some corn instead of eating an ox. Have some oats instead of a horse, and some rye bread instead of some fowl or swine, or any other beast. I would rather eat barley rather than any animal. (D&C 89:10-21) (Revelation 6: 5-6) To a land flowing with the Honey of Wisdom, and Almond Milk. (Exodus 3:8) (Revelation 3:16-18) (Leviticus 20:22-27) (Deuteronomy 26:9-19) (1Corinthians 3:2) (Hebrews 5:12-14) (1 Peter 2:2) (D&C 19:20-24, 38:16-18) And peanuts for butter. (D&C 49:18)

(Revelation 3:4-5, 6:11) (Ecclesiastes 9:8)

Hot Drinks means hot tempered spirit; keep adrenalin off the heart. The Gnostic book called The Sentences of Sextus says; “(346) Say with [your] mind that the body [is] the garment of your soul, keep it, therefore, pure since it is innocent.” (Job 37:16-18)

(2 Nephi 5:21) (3 Nephi 2:15-16, 4:7) (Doctrine & Covenants 89:3-9)

We all have a carbon imprint. As for polyester, it shouldn’t be burned I would say, for that does more damage, yet I would accept cotton from that point on and that is what I would wear. I wouldn’t buy more polyester from a second hand store. As for shoes; leather free, and even recyclable. (John 13:12-17)

Step one is do what we can. (Ruth 4:7) Recycle bags and plastic at the stores that we shop at. We are to do the best we can, learning a little each day. Get some reusable bags. (Matthew 17:1-12) (Mark 9:1-10) (Luke 9:28-36) No dye is preferred. (Matthew 27:28) (Mark 15:17) (John 19:2)

The world is under an unequal yoke, and a great gulf of wealth divides us, blocking the ability to do great things for GOD.

(Luke 16:19-31) (Acts 16:14-20) (Revelation 17:4-5, 17:18, 18:12-16)

Some people make moccasins and sandals with recycled tires, and they can help us figure it out and work on that.

(Ecclesiastes 7:15-19) (Romans 5:6-10, 6:13-18, 9:28, 14:17)

(Psalm 110:1) (Matthew 22:44) (Mark 12:36) (Luke 20:42-43) (Acts 2:34-35) (Hebrews 1:13, 10:12-13)

“(2 Kings 22:14) Original King James Version (2 Chronicles 34:22)”

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