Useless (youngwilliam) wrote,

Are You There, God? It's Me, YoungWilliam

As far as I can tell, the Christian standard is that a thing is generally in a mundane state and when a priest 'does a number on it', it raises it up to a blessed level. The Jewish standard seems to be that a thing is generally in a perfectly fine state and when a Rabbi 'does a number on it', it's just fixing it back up to that level if something has dropped it down. Thus, no "Jewish Holy Water" since water doesn't get much better than it normally is (Made by God, a name you can trust).

For those in the know about Theology, does this seem right?
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