Monthly Archives: December 2014

Angels – by Annelise

Genesis describes very vivid conversations with God, experienced by His earliest followers. The encounters are portrayed as close and tangible at this stage of humanity’s growing relationship with Him. Some Christians turn to these ‘appearances’ of God as evidence that … Continue reading

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Definitions – An Open Letter to “Concerned” Reader

Definitions – An Open Letter to “Concerned” Reader Dear Concerned Reader I am writing this letter not only in response to a recent comment of yours ( ) but my letter addresses your entire approach in your comments on this … Continue reading

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Birthday of the Sun

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources:
Birthday of the Sun The fact that the most prominent holiday in the Christian yearly cycle is pagan in origin is relatively well known. Some Christian leaders argue for an…

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Videos December 2014

The Literary Context of Scripture The Theological Context of Scripture The Spiritual Context of Scripture Can the Messiah Come Twice?

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Channuka – Excerpt from Contra Brown

1.    Haggai 2:6 – 9. “For thus says the Lord of hosts: There will be one more; it is a small one. I will shake the heavens and the earth and the sea and the dry land. I will shake … Continue reading

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Audio – Lamps and Lights

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Relationship vs. Theology – excerpt from Covenant Nation

Relationship versus Theology In his description of the sense of Jewish self-identity that preceded Christianity, Boyarin has forgotten a key element in that sense of self-identity. The Jewish people did not just see themselves merely as a community; they saw … Continue reading

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Lamp and Lights – Proverbs 6:23

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources:
Lamp and Lights – Proverbs 6:23   Some see the observance of the commandments as drudgery. They see in the performance of the commandments a stifling of the creative side…

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