2020-06-21 12:58:04 UTC
Eat one OMER of shit and die in the name of Jesus Christ, Andrew Bastard Chung.
May God rot the hand you use to spam this and half a dozen other NewsGroups 24/7/365.
May your computer burst into flames and burn your house down, roasting you to ash.
May your asshole soul roast in HELL forever.
Have a rotten day, you spamming, UseNet destroying pig.
* Conversion according to Chung. Biblical scholars say ...
OMER definition: According to the biblical book of Exodus,
when the manna (food; in this case, grains of bread) was
created and spread over the wilderness by G-d for the Hebrews
to help sustain them in the wilderness after the Exodus from
Egypt, an omer of the grain was designated for each person
(Exodus 16:16). An omer is a biblical unit of measure,
specifically, an omer is a dry measure for grain that is
equivalent to approximately 2 quarts (imperial system) or 2
liters (metric system). There are some who believe that the
omer unit of measure is actually equivalent to about 3.6 liters.
Exodus 16:36 states that an omer was a tenth part of an ephah,
which in biblical measures consisted of 10 omers which in turn
is equivalent to approximately 3/5 of a bushel (imperial
system) or 22 liters (metric system). Since the omer was a
tenth part of an ephah, the Hebrew Bible or Tanakh frequently
mentions the omer as either a "tenth part of an
ephah" (Numbers 28:5), or simply a "tenth" or "tenth
part" (Leviticus 14:10; 23:13, 17; Numbers 28:13). What
importance was the omer to the Hebrews? The omer played an
integral part in ancient Hebrew religious rituals as being the
measurement for the meal-offering that the Hebrews made to
G-d, which was given to the priest on behalf of G-d, and
brought by each Hebrew to the priest in the First and Second
Temples in Jerusalem in temple times. The meal-offering
formed a part of the sacrificial offerings made by the Hebrews
during the time of the First and Second Temples.