A god in the context of the OT was a specific being with cultic practice and idols whose physicality was important. Your use of ancient religions seems oddly detached from their reality.

I’m not clear, too, how you’d deal with the repeated injunctions in the NT to view OT law as in the past (cf. Luke 16:16; Hebrews 8:13; Rom 10:4, etc.).

It feels like you’re creating a new religion out of a few OT references, evading by some magical means all the restrictions of OT law you don’t wish to follow—and of those you can’t follow, for the Temple no longer exists.

religion. sex. facts.

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