A Tale of Two Teachers

Teacher #1 has a vision. In it he sees his students living lives of justice, charity and truth.

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Innocence of the Guilty

The most recent political election cycle in the U.S.A.

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Did Dr Michael Brown Misapply Malachi 3 & Haggai 2?

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An Open Letter from Rabbi Eli Cohen

1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources Where do the Jews play a role in G-d’s plan? “Israel has not fulfilled in any measure its role to be a priestly nation for over 2,000 years.

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Jeremiah 10:23

1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources Jeremiah 10:23 Justice and kindness are prominent themes in the Jewish Scriptures. Jeremiah, Micah (6:8) and Moses (Genesis 18:19) all put these concepts at the center of our relationship with God

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Unanswered: Did Dr. Brown Address Deuteronomy 30?

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Names – Exodus 3:14

Names – Exodus 3:14 The Children of Israel were languishing under the whip of the Egyptian taskmasters and their outcry rose to the heavens. God appears to Moses in the burning bush and He tells Him that He has seen the pain of His people.

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The Ultimate Truth

1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources The Ultimate Truth The prophets of the Jewish Scriptures taught us to look forward to the Messianic age. These prophets described the Messianic age as a time in which the ultimate truth is revealed to all. What is that ultimate truth

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Christianity vs. The Sabbath – excerpt from Supplement

Throughout Brown’s attack on the Rabbinic understanding of the Sabbath the recurring refrain is: “is this what the Lord intended?” Brown expects his readers to come to the conclusion that the Rabbinic observance of the Sabbath is not the observance that God intended when He presented this commandment to His people. If one’s understanding of spirituality in general and of the Sabbath in particular has been acquired from the literature and the general milieu of the modern Western world, then Brown’s argument will find a listening ear. But if one’s understanding of spirituality and of Sabbath is rooted in the Jewish Bible and in the environment of ancient Israel, then Brown’s argument is meaningless.

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Christian Anti-Semitism – Is It Still Relevant? – by Jim

Christian Anti-Semitism – Is It Still Relevant? – by Jim   The question of Christian Jew-hatred comes up semi-frequently in discussions about Christianity.

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