Gen_15: 7 I said to him, I am the Lord, who brought you out of Ur of the Chaldeans to give you this land as an inheritance.
The early Hebrew system begins with the formation of circumcision.
Gen 17: 9 And God said to Abraham, Now as for you, you will keep my covenant, you and your descendants after you, in their generations.
Gen 17:10 This is my covenant, which you will keep between me and you, and your offspring after you: every man from among the place for him who
Gen 17:11 You will be circumcised in the flesh of the foreskin; and this will be a sign of a covenant between you and me.
Before that, there was no Hebrew. So being a Hebrew does not guarantee anything for salvation as a primary idea. For before Abram, people were saved without being Hebrew.
Some people force the idea and use a translation in this way.
"Because Abraham obeyed my voice, and kept my commandments, my precepts, my statutes, and all my Torah" (Genesis 26: 5)
Obeying God's voice is easy to understand, he kept my commandments. What commandments? Now the commandments that existed at the time. Which ones are they? Only Abraham knows what they were. And all of my Torah. What Torah, there was a sanctuary with priests from the tribe of Levi ??? Now there were no Levites. The chest with the Table of Ten Commandments, for the service of Yom Kippur. Now the tablet was given at Sinai long after Abraham. Now if there is no Ark, there is no sanctuary, no sanctuary without Yom Kippur. Maybe Easter, wait a minute. Easter is the departure of the Hebrew people from Egypt. Where Abraham is in this story. See that using a wrong term generates total irrational ideology. The verse well translated.
Gen 26: 5 because Abraham obeyed my voice, and kept my mandate, my precepts, my statutes, and my laws.
What mandate, what precepts, what statutes, and laws? Those that Abraham knew, by order of God to him. Each time has its norm and its laws, there are natural laws and organizational laws. Leaving Ur, it is organizational, instituted to Abraham, Loving one's neighbor is a natural law regardless of the politics of a group. Most of the time some want to equate organizational with natural laws, it would be like saying that all men have to leave Ur of the Chaldeans, which is totally irrational, since saying that all men must love their neighbor, this is logical and concise. And therein are the pitfalls between what is natural and what is organizational. Abraham did not follow the Passover, and that was not even fair, but Abraham was cordial, humble and was chosen by the Faith.
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