Wednesday, October 28, 2020

New to Torah? A word of advice about “having” to wear skirts or dresses….

In your new Torah walk, you will often encounter those who insist that women MUST wear skirts and dresses - and they'll point to all kinds of scriptures to support their beliefs.

Well, that's fine and dandy for those who like to wear skirts and dresses; but the truth is, Scripture does NOT command women to wear dresses! Scripture tells us that men and women are not to wear each other's clothing as it is "an abomination." (Deuteronomy 22:5)

In other words, one becomes "unbiblical" IF they wear clothing designed for the opposite sex because they desire to "look like" or even "be viewed as" the opposite sex.

(YHWH created two sexes, each created for a specific purpose (Genesis 1:27 and 5:2) and He has never wavered about their specific roles.)

Wearing trousers designed for women, does NOT make women "unholy"!

Why? Well, because pants weren't weren't even around in biblical times! (Trousers are a relatively modern invention.) EVERYBODY wore "dresses" (robe-like clothing, tunics). So, if one wishes to become truly legalistic, it would seem that today MEN should be wearing "dresses" - right?

So, if there's someone in your life trying to tell you that God commanded women to wear dresses and skirts, ask them to produce the scripture that specifically SAYS so; along with the one that says women cannot wear pants....

And if that doesn't work, simply ask them WHY they are wearing socks, since there is not one, single scripture discussing sock wearing - which means, they are clearly in violation of Torah!

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