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Table, Seudat Shlishit

Shul•khân; table. Also

See also the prophecy of all Hellenists conspiring at one in Dâniy•eil 11.27 and [Wisdom] (Mi•shᵊl•ei Shᵊlomoh 9.2).

From antiquity, in the Middle Eastern world one's (dining) table has been a metonym for Miz•beiakh. While this has been almost completely lost in the Christian world, Tor•âh Jews, particularly since the destruction of the Beit ha-Miq•dâsh, still regard their— kâ•sheir(!)—dining table as the mnemonic symbol recalling ki•pur of the Miz•beiakh. "After the destruction of the [Beit ha-Miq•dâsh], a [religious] Jew's [kâ•sheir] is regarded as taking the place of the [Miz•beiakh] (cf. To•sëph, Ma•sëkët Sot•âh 15.11-13), and it was said 'Now that there is no [Miz•beiakh], [the religious Jew's] [provides ki•pur] for him' (Ber. 55a; Men. 97a). The halakhic authorities explain many table customs on this basis (Shibbolei ha-Leket, Buber's ed., 141; Sefer Hasidim, 102)." ("Altar," EJ 2.770-71).

It is in this context that the primary threat against Hellenist assimilation in the 1st century C.E. is evident in The Nᵊtzârim Reconstruction of Hebrew Matitᵊyâhu (NHM, in English) 15.27, below) as well as in Christian NT. Even the Hellenist accounts confirm the prohibition against eating with goy•im, describing such assimilation as "eating at the τραπεζα of demons and Sâ•tân", thereby transgressing the mitz•wâh by co-mingling their τραπεζα with, lᵊ-hav•dil, the of -- (although the exclusive usage of Greek in the NT, contrasting τραπεζα against τραπεζα, begs the question: Keiphâ-Yokhâ•nân (Mark) 7.28; Keiphâ-Loukan (Luke) 16.21, 30; Ma•a•vâr (Acts) 16.34; "Apostle St. Paul" the Apostate-Letter 4 (I Corinthians) 10.18, 20-21; "Apostle St. Paul" the Apostate-Letter 6 (Romans) 11.9).

τραπεζα in NHM 15

21 [Ribi] Yᵊho•shua crossed from there 15.21.1 and went to Tzor 11.21.1 and Tzi•don 15.22.1 Lᵊvânon. 22 Then look, a Kᵊna•an•it 15.22.1 Hellenist-Jewess 1.0.2 from the lands of the gâl•ut in Syria-Jordan,15.22.2 was following him. She was shouting 15.22.3 and saying to him, "Prithee, a•don•i 22.43.2 Bën-Dâ•wid, Look, my daughter is phobic from an evil 21.41.1 ruakh." 1.18.6 23 He didn't reply a saying 12.37.0 to her, and his tal•mid•im 5.1.1 approached him and requested 15.23.1 him saying, "Please forgive her concerning what she is shouting about behind us." 24 He replied, saying to them, "I am not sent except to the flock being lost of Beit Yi•sᵊrâ•eil." 15.24.1 25 The woman came and paid obeisance 2.2.2 to him and said, "A•don•i,22.43.2 save 15.25.1 me!" 26 Yᵊho•shua replied and said to her, "One is not to rob bread from the sons and give it to dogs." 15.26.1 27 The woman replied, "Yet, even dogs eat the crumbs falling from the τραπεζα of their a•don•im." 15.27.1 28 Yᵊho•shua replied and said, "What a woman, with such great ëm•un•âh 8.10.1 like yours! You shall have your wish." And her daughter was healed 8.8.1 at that time.15.28.1

Even "Apostle St. Paul" the Apostate-Letter 4, Ch. 10

18 Behold genetic Yi•sᵊrâ•eil: are not they who eat of the sacrifices κοινωνοι in the Altar? … 20 But I [say], that which the ethnos goyim sacrifice, they sacrifice to demons, not to θεω: and I'm not willing for you to be κοινωνους with demons. 21 You cannot drink the cup of ha-•don, and the cup of demons: you cannot μετεχειν the τραπεζα of ha-•don and the τραπεζα of demons.

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