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Bilateral Ecclesiology. Antisemitism…. In Reverse?

A book I read recently hit a nerve.  Frankly, I didn’t realize it was such a sore spot until that moment. More than a few times in the last couple months, I have run into a theological debate/discussion about ecclesiology.  … Continue reading

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Christendom is waking up…. And, more.

This last week has been an interesting one as we see prophecy accelerating.  Multiple articles and related visions have been passed along to me, so, here are four ‘must reads’ for you.  I’ll include a note or two with each … Continue reading

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Who Ate Lunch with Abraham? A book review

The last week was terribly busy and I didn’t get to post much, but did manage to finish reading one of the three books I am currently juggling.  Asher Intrater’s Who Ate Lunch with Abraham has been a most enjoyable … Continue reading

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One Law for All? Reviewing JK McKee Pt. 1

Lately, this blog and James Pyles, of My Morning Meditations, have had a considerable amount of interaction.  It really started with in the lengthy discussion after my negative review of Boaz Michael’s Tent of David and blossomed into a healthy … Continue reading

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JK McKee’s ‘Are Non-Jewish Believers Really A Part Of Israel?

I knew when I wrote the review of Tent of David that it was going to spark some discussion…  I had no idea how much.  Frankly, in the midst of a spirited exchange, I have been encouraged by the grace … Continue reading

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Boaz Michael’s Tent of David.

Some books are a joy to review and recommend.  This is not one of them. Frankly, I have struggled to read Tent of David by Boaz Michael, the founder of First Fruits of Zion Ministry (FFOZ).  Several times I put … Continue reading

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Leviticus 19 ~ Apologetically, A Most Useful Chapter!

The Parsha for this last Shabbat was ‘Kedoshim,’ and it is a dynamite chapter dealing with holiness and how to be ‘holy ones.’  We took a super look at that in our weekly shabbat that you can download and listen … Continue reading

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Brad Scott’s Response… Hilarious.

We’ve talked a number of times on this blog about ‘One Law.’  Frankly, I’ve avoided directly addressing those who would divide the believers in Messiah with the false doctrine of ‘Bilateral ecclesiology’ or ‘Two Law.’  Brad Scott has a little … Continue reading

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How to Divide a Family… A Thought.

Recently, I happened across a Bethany Christian Services magazine and was reading a couple articles about adoption, and no, that is not something we are considering at this time.  But, a point in one of the articles prompted some thought … Continue reading

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One Law = Erasing Jewish Distinctives? Baloney!

While skimming a friend’s Google+ page, a post caught my eye and I had an electric thought!! This is what I saw: Tia Tita Shared publicly  –  Feb 7, 2014 “One hope to heal our land” 2Ch 7:14     … Continue reading

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Thank you, Judah!!

I wrote, in a very recent post , “Are there some things very special about Judah that we need to acknowledge?  Absolutely!! ” Even as I wrote it, I was thinking of a few things I am very thankful to … Continue reading

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