Monthly Archives: January 2018

The Wisdom that is Present Wherever You Look – excerpt from Kosher Reality

The Wisdom that is Present Wherever You Look The word “Jew” is a derivative of the Hebrew “Yehuda.” The name “Yehuda” means thanks and acknowledgment (Genesis 29:25), and the calling of the Jew is to praise and acknowledge the goodness … Continue reading

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An Open Response to Dalton Lifsey

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources:
An Open Response to Dalton Lifsey   http://thecontroversyofzion.com/2012/02/dr-michael-brown-and-the-anemic-polemic-of-the-jewish-anti-missionaries/   Dear Dalton. You seem to have taken exception to my post entitled “Persuasion versus Education – a response to Dr. Brown”. After…

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Daniel 7 and Acceptance of Scripture – an Open Letter to Bru

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources:
Daniel 7 and Acceptance of Scripture – an Open Letter to Bru Bru You have come to this blog to share what you understand as the truth. You quote Scripture…

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A New Set of Feelings

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources:
A New Set of Feelings The heart of the Jew who worships God is filled with emotion. Gratitude, awe, love and reverence for the One who brought everything into existence.…

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Out on a Limb – by Mordechai Gold

~Out on a Limb~ In his appendix to Answering Jewish Objections volume 3, Dr. Michael Brown lays out some principles to try to help us see that Jesus fulfilled messianic prophecies. Number five in his list is, “It is important … Continue reading

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