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Explain what you think is meant by the statement in the podcast that in Judaism, What you believe follows only after what you do.
A podcast is a series of digital media files, either audio or video, that is released episodically and downloaded through web syndication.
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User: Explain what you think is meant by the statement in the podcast that in Judaism, What you believe follows only after what you do.

Weegy: A podcast is a series of digital media files, either audio or video, that is released episodically and downloaded through web syndication.
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User: Explain what you think is meant by the statement in the podcast that in Judaism, “What you believe follows only after what you do.”





Weegy: "To be is to do"-Socrates; "To do is to be"-Sartre; "Do Be Do Be Do"-Frank Sinatra. The Bible makes clear that righteous LIVING only come from holiness or righteous BEING. That is, what one believes will make what one does. [ “What you believe follows only after what you do” says the opposite, which worries me because that means one will work up "traditions." You know what "traditions" are, don't you? It's where a group says, "We've been doing it wrong so long that now it's right." Hence, any time I hear someone has "rediscovered" biblical truths I avoid them because no one has "rediscovered" anything. It was there all along. At best, the Holy Spirit (finally!) was able to open their eyes to a truth that was there all along. As to Chanukkah, it is a commemoration of the miracle that the day's supply of oil lasted seven days while the desecrated temple was purified. "Others said, These are not the words of him that hath a devil. Can a devil open the eyes of the blind? And it was at Jerusalem the feast of the dedication, and it was winter. And Jesus walked in the temple in Solomon’s porch" (John 10:21-23). ]
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