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The danger of being a rebellious prophet

1 The word of the Lord came to Jonah the son of Amittai saying, 2 “Arise, go to Nineveh the great city and cry against it, for their wickedness has come up before Me.” 3 But Jonah rose up to flee to Tarshish … Continue reading

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Terrific continued dialog between Dr. Rivkah Adler and Al McCarn, re: The Dilemma of the Ger

The below linked article is a must read in the continued dialog between Dr. Adler and Al McCarn.  Please read, digest and ponder.  May Abba be glorified as He works out His plan of restoration in the world!! A Jewish … Continue reading

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The Dilemma of the Ger: Commentary on “Has an Ancient Biblical Status for Non-Jews Reemerged After 2500 Years?”

Originally posted on THE BARKING FOX:
The Return of the Prodigal Son, by James Tissot. The Torah Awakening among Christians is creating something the world has not seen for two thousand years:  a growing body of non-Jewish people who are…

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Cheeseburgers in the Temple

Dear readers, here is a terrific article by good friend, Travis Hughey.  he takes a subject that has baffled many and in a few short paragraphs boils it down to a solution that makes total sense.  I was so excited … Continue reading

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And, another zinger…

Funny, several friends have sent me some pretty pithy images in the last day or so…  Yesterday, I put up a ZINGer.   Here’s one from Julian Hamilton, a member of our home fellowship group. The challenge to each of us … Continue reading

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The ‘ger’ was expected to do what??

We’ve discussed ‘one law for all.’  Honestly, the alien/sojourner, the ger who joined him/herself to Israel is expected to do it all…  Look at this list of requirements from the Torah: Keep the Sabbath (Ex. 20:10; Deu. 5:14)  (Targumim translate … Continue reading

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The ‘ger,’ the Chumash and Anachronism

anach·ro·nism  noun \ə-ˈna-krə-ˌni-zəm\ : something (such as a word, an object, or an event) that is mistakenly placed in a time where it does not belong in a story, movie, etc. : a person or a thing that seems to … Continue reading

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Stronger faith = less obediece? Say, what?!?

In an online conversation a while back, a seminary educated (seemingly intelligent) individual, referring to Acts 21:20 said, “In the case of Acts 21 it was weaker brothers who were zealous for the Law.” That statement stuck in my craw … Continue reading

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Wilber and McKee’s ‘mutual submission’ fallacy exposed.. Pt.A

The first of a two part response within a larger video series…

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Interesting quote from TDNT

I’m doing some background reading and found an interesting quote in The Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (Ed. Kittel, Friedrich, 1974, vol. IX, p. 442) demonstrating yet another pagan practice the Church ‘Fathers’ incorporated in their justification for monogamy-only, … Continue reading

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Who is the ‘Congregation of B’ney Israel?’

Over the last several Shabbats, a subtext to our conversations has been a running discussion concerning who ‘all the congregation of the sons/children of Israel’ is. Initially, I had a tentative assertion that the ‘congregation’ was the heads of houses, … Continue reading

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The ABSURDITY of David Wilber’s ‘mutual submission’ position…

Honest scholarship demands reading both sides of an argument. Over the last several years, I have been studying and understanding what the Torah and Scripture as a whole says concerning headship and patriarchy. In the process, I read a short … Continue reading

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Six reasons why Polygyny is NOT a ‘minor’ issue

Without question, the facts of what Scripture says regarding marriage make most people in western post-modern, post-Christian culture squeamish. Most Christian and Messianic teachers avoid the subject like the plague because the very idea is so counter-culture that it is … Continue reading

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Why the Adversary LOVES Monogamy…

We need to take a little stroll through history to identify the roots of the monogamy-only fallacy and, more importantly, why the enemy loves that fallacy! Biblical Israel was not, nor has it ever been, a monogamy-only people or nation.  … Continue reading

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Rethinking Passover/Unleavened Timing

During Passover 2020, I had a lot of extra time to ponder and consider several seeming inconsistencies, or incongruous pieces of Scripture. I had long been troubled by several verses in the Gospels regarding Yeshua’s ‘Last Supper,’ and I wanted … Continue reading

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