Month: January 2006


A friend of mine, whom I met when we went to FFOZ’s Wooden Podium, in Minnesota, has a blog that is definitely worth checking out. It’s called JustingJ.Org, and the topics he covers vary, but his primary focus is Judaism and Early Christianity. He also throws in some Mac stuff and some programming stuff here …

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This week’s Torah portion will begin Shemot (Exodus), and begins the story of Moshe Rabeinu (Moses, our Teacher) and the Great Exodus by which Hashem defines His identity throughout Scripture. If you haven’t begun reading the weekly Torah portion, I would encourage you to begin. You will be amazed at how timely the lessons from …

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Hebrews Under Fire

Recently the book of Hebrews has come under the scrutiny of a prominent Messianic leader and has caused quite a stir within the Messianic/Torah community. This particular leader has cast doubt upon the creditability and the canonization of this book. Unfortunately, this has stemmed from what I term “Reactionary Theology.” This particular leader was publicly …

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