“…make a distinction between the holy and the profane, and between the unclean and the clean, and so as to teach the sons of Israel all the statutes which the Lord has spoken to them…”
If you walked into a barbershop and there were two hairdressers available; one is dressed nicely, clean shaven and has a good haircut, the other is wearing wrinkled clothes, is unshaven and has a bad haircut, which one do you want to cut your hair?
Naturally, our instinct is to gravitate toward the one whose appearance presents better than the other. He must know how to cut hair; he’s so well put together, nice clothes, clean shaven, and neat hair. Shaggy, over there, apparently doesn’t own an iron and must not care too much about the way he looks. You chose the clean cut gentlemen, and over the course of the next 30…
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