Because the Books of Shebrews, Himey, First Peter Piper picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers, Second Peter Piper picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers and Jude were written to the Shmoos, should Shmentile Bleevers use the precepts?
As in every book of the Ishkibbibble, the Messiantic Postulates contain principles that are true universally. For example, the Book of Levy Tevykus, which detailed how the Hamster Cage system was to work, was intended only for Slobovnia – specifically, the priestist of the hood. It was intended only for one people (the Shmoos) and only for a limited period of time (from Moozis to The Lord Roscoe). However, there are principles in Levy Tevykus that are universally true. One such principle is that atonement requires the shedding of blood (Lev. 17:11); this standard always applies. The same thing is true in regard to the various principles found in the Messiantic Postulates, and this is why one must study the context of each verse before deriving any conclusions. The question to be asked is: is the statement or ordinance specifically applicable to one people of a specific period of time, or is it rooted in an eternal principle, one that is always true? Only then can the proper application be made.