Monthly Archives: April 2013

Lessons from Leviticus 16

Lessons from Leviticus 16   The 16th chapter in the book of Leviticus describes the yearly service that would take place in the Tabernacle (and subsequently in the Jerusalem Temple) on the Day of Atonement. The passage describes in great … Continue reading

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Liberation from Bondage – Excerpt from Critique of Vol. 4

Brown is in his lecturing mode again. He sets forth some of the “key teachings and principles” of the Sabbath as “revealed” by Jesus. These are presented as original teachings of Jesus that are unknown in Rabbinical Judaism. (Brown describes … Continue reading

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Blood Songs – A Conversation with a Missionary

Blood Songs – a Conversation with a Missionary   Missionary – until you see the importance of the blood as well, you’ll miss the point of my preaching (and the Torah’s teaching as well). Yisroel B. – I don’t deny … Continue reading

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Genesis 3:15

Genesis 3:15 The Christian sees deep significance in the words: “her seed” referring to Eve. The argument of the missionary is that since we only have reference to the “seed of the woman” and no mention is made of the … Continue reading

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Excerpt from a letter to a Missionary

Perhaps it is time you faced the fact that you were educated by an institution with a long tradition steeped in falsehood – this even according to your standards. A tradition which developed the system of seizing an isolated passage … Continue reading

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Leviticus 17:11 and the Book of Hebrews

Leviticus 17:11 and the Book of Hebrews   The author of the book of Hebrews presents one of the lynchpins of the Christian missionary campaign in the 9th chapter of his work. In that chapter he states that there is … Continue reading

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Defeatist Propaganda

Defeatist Propaganda   One of the methods that can be used to overcome an opposing force is to sow seeds of despair and hopelessness in the hearts of those who would otherwise fight. If the invader can discourage and demoralize … Continue reading

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