Tag Archives: Truth

Three New Book Reviews… Challenging Paradigms

The recent quarantine has allowed me to read through several books that have been waiting on a valuable asset… namely, time! To the chagrin of many of some of my regular readers, I continue to read and research how Christianity … Continue reading

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Coronavirus and Passover… Connected!

Over the course of the last week, as I have read many articles related to Coronavirus and the related events around the world, I have begun to have a couple big questions form in my head. The timing and the … Continue reading

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How many ways does ‘monogamy-ONLY’ break Torah?

I’ve been asked a few times why I’m so serious about understanding what the Torah and Scripture as a whole really say about patriarchy, headship, marriage and family structure. Initially, it was hard to exactly explain what I was seeing … Continue reading

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“…I do not allow a woman to teach…”

I just posted a new article on 113Restoration.com, a new blog specifically focused on the restoration of the roles and relationships Biblically prescribed for God’s people for the purpose of rebuilding the foundations of Israel. Please come read and interact!!

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Reblog: That Might Work for You, But Not My Marriage

I do not normally reblog entire articles, but usually provide a link. I am making an exception for this article because it encapsulates so well the reason why we must recapture the proper roles of men and women in marriage … Continue reading

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Why is this so hard?

Paradigm shifts are rarely easy. And, for those on the cutting edge, they can be particularly difficult. Many readers are in some stage of ‘coming to’ or beginning Torah observance, and the whole process is challenging. But, why? In theory, … Continue reading

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Salt or Sugar?

“How can we be the salt of the earth, if we keep sugar coating the message?” Gary Moore (From Kelly’s Facebook page…) No doubt, we need to be compassionate in our delivery, but we should not avoid the hard truths … Continue reading

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Do we REALLY accept Torah?

2 Now it will come about thatIn the last daysThe mountain of the house of the LordWill be established as the chief of the mountains,And will be raised above the hills;And all the nations will stream to it.3 And many peoples will … Continue reading

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Two Winters, A Button and Martin Madan

While I may not have written much lately, life has been very busy and I continue to dig and learn. Part of that process is reading and I have several titles to share. Of particular interest are two works of … Continue reading

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Something to ponder deeply….

He who justifies the wicked and he who condemns the righteous, Both of them alike are an abomination to the Lord . Proverbs 17:15 NASB https://bible.com/bible/100/pro.17.15.NASB

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I have crossed over…

Good friend, Debbie Triesch, posted this on her MeWe feed this morning. I LOVE it!! Have we really left the ways of the world, doctrines of men and manmade traditions in favor of Biblical truth? Most think so, but I’m … Continue reading

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The Moving Cloud and Difficult Truth

Numbers 9:15-23 explains in detail the travel habits of the Children of Israel in the wilderness.  The abbreviated version is that they followed the Pillar of Cloud.  When the Cloud moved, they moved.  When the Cloud stood still, they camped. … Continue reading

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Ten Parts in the King is FINISHED!!! -here’s the scoop….

The journey has been teaching me patience.  Abba knows, I wanted this finished a couple months ago, but He has held the brakes, resulting in many wise counselors and quality inputs, additions and alterations.  I can say with full assurance, … Continue reading

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MUST SEE video, and – book in hand.

Sunday was the book launch in Jerusalem for Ten From the Nations. I really wanted to be there, but it simply was not possible.  Well, the whole thing was filmed and the video is gold!  You really must see this … Continue reading

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Exciting new book: Ten From The Nations

Dr. Rivkah Adler, Ph.D., is about to publish a book that I am very excited about!! For roughly half of the book, each chapter is a testimony from a broad swath of non-Jews telling their story about how they (we) … Continue reading

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