Tag Archives: Martin Luther

Update on Scott Hillman and some thoughts…

Truly, we serve a magnificent God and are blessed to be alive at a most amazing time in history.  I can honestly tell you, right now is as pregnant for prophecy fulfilling times as the first century was when Yeshua … Continue reading

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Sunday School, P.7 ‘Who Said?’ & ‘I Am The Truth…’

This week, I began the Sunday school class that I am guest teaching with a little ‘game.’  – A quite shocking game of ‘Who said?’  The class member faces said what I felt the first time I read some of … Continue reading

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The Lion of the Tribe of Jew.. D’uh!!

What is not to get?  I just don’t understand. Professing believers in Jesus and even whole denominations having vitriolic antipathy or even hate toward the Jews and Israel is a mystery to me.  Do they not know, do they not … Continue reading

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“I’m a good Christian and so am I” -Daniel Botkin

While preparing for next week’s conference, I was planning which speakers and topics I want to attend.  Daniel Botkin is a name I’ve heard a number of times, but am not really familiar with, so I thought I’d do a … Continue reading

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The Auschwitz Escape… A review.

Joel C. Rosenburg, accomplished as an author who has heretofore specialized in fictional political-prophecy thrillers, has turned out another winner, though this time he admits that with much trepidation he dared step onto the hallowed ground of Auschwitz with a … Continue reading

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What I Saw in Auschwitz

Here is an excellent post by friend Al McCarn over at the Barking Fox  detailing one of the topics that has recently been mentioned on this blog.  Good article sharing personal reflections on his visit to Auschwitz. What I Saw … Continue reading

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The (Not So) Quotable Church Fathers: Martin Luther

In the last two days we have considered some of the antisemitism in the early church fathers that deeply affected Roman Catholic theology and their views and treatment of the Jews.  Truly, there is so much and it runs so … Continue reading

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The (Not So) Quotable Church Fathers: John Chrysostom

Lately, I have been reading several books trying to understand and better come to grips with the roots of antisemitism in Christendom.  How did we ever strip the Jewishness of our Messiah and dress Him in Egyptian garb? At some … Continue reading

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Blindness Test

Good friend and fellow pilgrim, Travis Hughey, recently wrote and sent this to me.  So poignant considering I have been thinking of doing a series called ‘The (Not So) Quotable Church Fathers.’ ________________________________ BLINDNESS TEST Following quote from Martin Luther’s … Continue reading

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Happy Anniversary!! We are one year old today!

Natsab is one year old, today! A few stats and highlights, as well as favorite posts, coming up. First and foremost, I want to thank our Father, Yahweh, for encouraging me to jump into the blogosphere and write about the … Continue reading

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What ‘Word of God’ was Yeshua referring to?

In the same manner Christendom likes to equivocate on the meaning of ‘commandments,’ it is not uncommon to find them altering the plain meaning of ‘the word of God,’ in the text. Consider this text and what it means, But … Continue reading

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R U N the 1%?

If Jesus came into your church, would you recognize Him?  While my guess is completely subjective, I would guess that fewer than 1% would recognize the Messiah, King of Israel, if He walked into your church building. No, He likely … Continue reading

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Chewing gum for the brain…

As I have mentioned before, I am reading/enjoying/re-reading J. K. McKee’s The New Testament Validates Torah.  Frankly, this is the single best systematic addressing of Torah for the Messianic.  I believe more and broader scholarly works will emerge as time … Continue reading

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Distinct? Or, United? (God in a box.)

In a recent online conversation, several Christian pastors were trying to force me to subscribe to their particular understanding of the nature of Yeshua and how they believe the Godhead fits together.  Predictably, because I didn’t use or agree with … Continue reading

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No Running!!!

As a child, I LOVED visiting the pool.  Maybe a neighbor’s pool or summer camp, etc.  Hot and humid South Carolina weather made the cool clear waters a wonderful respite. Most pools we visited had some form of posted rules. … Continue reading

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