Monthly Archives: September 2015

Blessing of Sabbath versus Selfish Self-Sacrifice – Isaiah 58:13

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Blessing of Sabbath versus Selfish Self-Sacrifice – Isaiah 58:13 Living a sacrificial life can sometimes be an extreme expression of self-centeredness. People don’t like to see themselves as “takers” –…

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Trust and Repentance

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Trust and Repentance ? Rabbi Shlomo Ibn Gabirol describes the process of repentance as escaping and fleeing from God to God. When we realize the weight of God’s judgment and…

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Why I Left Jesus – by Fred

To family and friends, It seems that we are in a kind of “day of reckoning”: right now, with people making firm decisions about their lives and lifestyles, and then pronouncing such changes and affirmations openly. I feel it is … Continue reading

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Biblical Offerings versus Christian Doctrine

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Biblical Offerings versus Christian Doctrine Christianity contends that the crucifixion of Jesus represents the culmination of the offerings described in the Jewish Bible. It is claimed that Jesus is the…

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Day of Judgment

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Day of Judgment ? Rosh Hashana, the first day of the seventh month, is known as “Yom HaDin” – “The Day of Judgment”. We have received that on this day…

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Why I Left Jesus – by Concerned Reader

Why I Left Jesus – by Concerned Reader Annelise, as you have noted, (and I tend to agree,) we seem to be tied by strong conviction and knowledge to our own experiences as communities and individuals. We can only see … Continue reading

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