Israel’s Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the Jewish religious text The Bible is the divinely inspired Word of God, and that it is “the divinely revealed Word of man,” the Hebrew language’s highest court said.
The ruling was a milestone for the country’s most important religious institution, which for years has been embroiled in controversy over how to interpret the text.
The court, in a 6-3 decision, said it will issue an edict on Sunday that will determine the wording of the text’s most famous words.
The court said that the words “the word of God” and “blessed are they” are the most biblical verse and the most appropriate words to be used in the public debate over the Bible.
They are also the words of God and have the force of law, it said.
“The Bible is God’s Word,” the court said, and it is God himself who inspired it, not a group of scholars.
“God himself chose the words for the Bible’s sake.”
The court’s ruling is a significant achievement for Judaism, a religion that is not officially recognized in Israel but that has been increasingly influential in the country.
A majority of Jews consider Judaism to be the religion of the Jewish people.
It is considered the most sacred religion in Judaism.
The text, known as the Talmud, is considered to be one of the world’s oldest and most influential religious texts.
The Bible, which is often called the Holy Bible, was written by the ancient Jewish people sometime between the 5th century and the 7th century BC.
It was written for Jews who lived in the Middle East and was based on the biblical account of the exodus of the Hebrews out of Egypt.
In the Bible, God created the world, human beings, and plants, and gave them names and attributes.
The words “father” and the word “son” are used to describe God’s son and father.
In addition to the biblical text, the Torah is a collection of rules for Jewish law that was compiled and passed down orally over thousands of years.