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Trust in G-D

Why I Choose to Put My Trust In G-D It was Shabbat HaGadol, the great Sabbath before Passover and I made my way to the synagogue to live stream a sermon to an empty house. The following morning my wife and I went off on a bike ride, encountering no traffic with very few people in sight. Businesses were shut down, the few people we saw were wearing masks and gloves. Everything had the looks and feel of a Sci-Fi scene where we were the few fortunate survivors of a cataclysmic disaster. Soon Passover will arrive enabling us to, in […]

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Sha’ul: The Man, the Myths, and the Legend, part 2

Contrary to popular opinion, Sha’ul of Tarsus, did not “convert” to a new faith called Christianity, but remained fully Jewish; keeping the name that was bestowed upon him early in his life. There was no conversion or renaming for Sha’ul or for any of the other tens of thousands of Jewish followers of Yeshua in the first century. Many misunderstandings of Sha’ul’s words exist today. These misunderstandings appear to support a position that Sha’ul severed his relationship to Torah, declaring he no longer has need of it, and effectively divorcing himself from what is central to Judaism. Many scholars and […]

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