Seen Bobobinghi Ras, let I&I be fully liberated.
I see a difference still between "trying to" follow the laws of the Torah (since I&I Igree that the laws are actually impossible to follow in this situation), and following I Irit to live clean.
I&I read the Torah and the rest of the bible the same way I read all books - skeptically. There are some commandments that Iwombman have read and Itinue not to follow. For example, the first "word" of the ten, in Exodus 20:2, "I am Yhwh your God, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery. You shall have no other Gods before me."
Iwombman still search for archaeological evidence that this Egyptian slavery thing every happened (or was inflicted on anyone BUT the native people of KMT). As far as I have seen, no Hebrew slaves ever existed in Egypt. I have seen references to the Shasu (nomadic people) of Yhwh, but this is chronologically before the name "Yhwh" was ever revealed to anyone named Moshe, so now I am even more unsure about where that name Yhwh comes from, and whether or not this Moshe story is real. Keeping those things in mind, I have deliberately chosen against following this first "word" and sought out the truth, which may mean letting go of some misconceptions that the bible perpetuates.
Because surely JAH is I&I only priority, but I do not necessarily think that JAH is anyone who saved any bible story characters from Egypt.
Give thanks for this reasoning Iyahs. In Most High Iffections and love I&I Idren.