I didn't mention that that they told me his IQ was in the intellectually deficient range too.
I found that a light went on at age 5, for him.
He still has strange sensory issues but is much better. He could never stand any type of massage, light or deep touch. He has very restrictive food choices, even now (although better), due to textures and smells.
He puts his socks on in a very weird way.
Lol, now, he doesn't stop talking.
I have never pulled away as I am a social worker who at this time works with children/young adults with developmental disabilities.
Have you thought about taking your child to a developmental peds doctor or to a peds neuro? What about an evaluation at a teaching hospital?View Thread
That is what I was stating a few pages ago when you claimed your background in Christianity at a divintiy school enabled you to translate Jewish religious text. The translation and interpretation you use is from a Christian vantage point, not a Jewish one.
It would take me quite a while to point out the many, many mistranslations/misinterpretations and this is not a forum for such.
In addition, we all have the right to our own belief systems and our own meaningful interpretations of what G-d is saying to us and how He wants us to live.
There are no predictions of Jesus in the Tanakh. This is what I was trying to explain to you many pages ago. You may have learned Hebrew but there is no Rabbi or Jewish institute of theology that will tell you this is so. It is from a Christian interpretation/perspective of Jewish religious text. Therein lies the difference.
The Tanakh, to the Jews, is much more than a "story." It is a G-d given guide on how we are to conduct ourselves and live our lives. It is a communication from G-d to the Jewish people. It is the eternal covenant between G-d and the Jewish people.View Thread
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