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Who Needs a Messiah?

When I was taking courses for my Certificate in Messianic Studies, one of the questions was “Why do we need a Messiah?” At first you may think ,”What a silly question from a course that teaches about Messianic Judaism and Yeshua!” 679 more words


The Best Quote - Ever. Eternal.

Eternally…and Infinitely the best quote ever!

After all the commentary…extrapolation…songs written…poem’s penned. After every word is, was, and will be said…every Word Yeshua (Jesus) said will have been… 316 more words

Remodeling The Mind

The Torah is God’s Song

Nitzavim-Vayelech (Deut. 29:9–31:30)

The last command of the Torah[1] reads:

“Now therefore write down for yourselves this song, and teach it to the people of Israel; put it in their mouths, that this song may be my witness within the people of Israel.” 1,253 more words

Blog Posts

Between Christian and Jewish Eschatology

Keith: Also, in my previous statement, I meant to say Bilateral Ecclesiology and NOT Bilateral Eschatology.

ProclaimLiberty: But I think that, philosophically, we could really have some fun with a notion like: “Bilateral Eschatology”!

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Did YOU Murder the Real Jesus?

Shabbat Shalom Beloved,

This last week has been difficult for me, I was taking a four day intensive course over the Torah of Moses and Messiah. 2,466 more words

Ki Tavo 2014 [When You Come]

Torah Portion: Deut. 26:1-29:8
Haftarah: Isaiah 61:10-63:9
New Testament: Matthew chapter 13

This week, during the Hebrew month of Elul, when “the King is in the field,” that is, He is nearer to us than any other month, listening to the words of our mouth and the meditations of our heart, we are studying the 50th Torah portion of the year. 6,177 more words

Blessings For Obedience

What Version of the Mishnah did Paul Read? Investigating the Emergence of the Oral Torah as Authoritative Halachah

This study is done by Torah scholar and teacher Tim Hegg from the Torah Resource Institute. This is a long study but it really is an eye-opener in that he examines the oral and written laws during the “pre-destruction” period i.e. 141 more words