A friend and I were talking about Hebrews 7 a little bit. This is my response to her, in brief. What do you think? The New Testament actually gives about 1000 commandments. That is more than the Mosaic Covenant. The Continue reading There is no such thing as a “Renewed” Mosaic Covenant?
I find this kind of research fascinating in that it proves the existence of an original culture of Humanity that predates the creation of “languages” just as the Bible stays… Fairytales much older than previously thought, say researchers Study of Continue reading Fairytales much older than previously thought, say researchers
The Myth of Jewish Rejection of Jesusby Paul Sumneroriginal link: http://www.hebrew-streams.org/works/judaism/reject.html“Now when he was in Jerusalem at the Passover many believed in his name… many of the multitude believed in him… many came to believe in him… many of the Samaritans Continue reading The Myth of Jewish Rejection of Jesus
The Apocalypse of Daniel Chapter one According to the God-spoken word which says: “When you hear of wars and rumors of wars, nation will fight against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, earthquakes, plagues and deviations of stars. Then the bush Continue reading The Apocalypse of Daniel
What is the Sefer ha-Bahir? The Bahir is one of the oldest and most important of all Kabbalistic texts. Until the publication of the Zohar, the Bahir was the most influential source of Kabbalistic teachings. It is quoted in virtually Continue reading The Bahir
Under UN guidelines Jews are indigenous to Israel, Palestinians are not, hence those who argue “for Palestinian ‘indigenous rights’ are usually those who have little grasp of the history, and no understanding of the truth behind indigenous rights.” By Ryan Bellerose Continue reading Jews are indigenous to Israel, and why Palestinians are not
Posted: 01/05/2016 10:01 am EST Updated: 01/05/2016 10:59 am EST Jews and Judaism in the New Testament. Photo by Chynna Starr It’s well known that Christianity sprang from a Jewish context. While there may be controversy about Jesus’ Judaism vs. Continue reading Bible Expert’s Surprising Findings About Jews and Judaism Revealed in the New Testament
One of my favorite and most uncomfortable memories as a Bible professor was when I had Old Testament scholar, Tremper Longman, give a guest lecture on the Song of Songs. Tremper specializes in ancient near Eastern love poetry. No, Continue reading What the Bleep Does the Bible Say About Profanity? Political correctness, vulgarity and the scandalous nature of God’s Word.
Philippians chapter 3 is a very uplifting chapter. Paul describes his previous life and how he had considered works of the flesh to be his righteousness. He talks about how he has left everything for the Gospel and even considers Continue reading Paul’s Profanity – Sailor’s Language in the New Testament? Yes
I really am all for people exploring and being excited about the Jewish Roots of their faith but there is a serious lack of discernment going on in a great many people who are attracted to the “Hebrew Roots” movement. They Continue reading The Heretical Et-Cefer Bible?