Do Not Do Unto Others

1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources Do Not Do Unto Others The Talmud recounts that a Gentile once approached Hillel with the request that Hillel convert him to Judaism. This Gentile did not want to go through a lengthy regimen of learning, so he told Hillel; “I want you to teach me the entire Torah while I stand on one foot”. Hillel’s response endures as a lesson for the generations

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Excerpt from The Elephant and the Suit

Dr. Brown’s Teaching on Biblical Interpretation In Volume 2, on page 94, Dr. Brown presents a teaching on the correct method of Biblical interpretation: “…it would be highly unlikely ‑ to put it mildly‑ that the Lord would hang a major life‑critical Torah revising revelation, on just one verse, especially when that verse in the original Hebrew is somewhat obscure grammatically…”.

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Excerpt from The Elephant and the Suit

Dr. Brown’s Teaching on Biblical Interpretation In Volume 2, on page 94, Dr

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Pillars of Faith

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources : Pillars of Faith The Scripture uses various words to speak of the commandments of the Torah.

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What’s the Difference?

What’s the Difference?

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Portal versus Distraction

Portal versus Distraction

Early Church History by C. S.

A History Lesson from C. S

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Seventh Response to Gil Torres

Dear Gil Thanks again for your willingness to engage in this discussion. I would however appreciate it if you would directly address the issues that stand between us. In the context of what we are discussing it is almost frivolous to discuss matters that do not bear on the central issue.

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Fusion and Confusion

Fusion and Confusion

Exodus 21 – Law and Grace

Exodus 21 – Law and Grace The literary setup of the book of Exodus is pretty straightforward. It begins with the experience of the Jewish people in Egypt. The book describes the miraculous deliverance from slavery.

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