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First Fruits of Zion’s 2011 Sukkot Conference

Due to a long string of unrelated events, we determined this year that we would not be going to a Sukkot festival site, and that we would instead spend the holiday at home. However, at the last minute we decided … Continue reading

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“One Law” and the Fixation on Ritual Commandments

As I have discussed in previous posts, notably my review of D. T. Lancaster’s commentary on Galatians, First Fruits of Zion, a Messianic publishing house, has come under fire for embracing a position they call “Divine Invitation”. FFOZ now teaches … Continue reading

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The Delitzsch Hebrew/English Gospels Unveiled

Almost two thousand years ago, the most influential person in history taught, worked miracles, and attracted a small group of followers in a remote, rural area called the Galil. He was reputed to be of questionable birth. After only a … Continue reading

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The Delitzsch Hebrew/English Gospels – First Impressions

In 2006, French engineer Pascal Cotte claimed to have digitally restored the Mona Lisa to its original color. His results have been disputed, but no one can deny that the presence of bright blue and red pigments – some of … Continue reading

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Report on First Fruits of Zion’s 2011 Shavuot Conference

This was the first year I have been able to attend First Fruits of Zion‘s Shavuot conference. FFOZ is probably the foremost Messianic Jewish publishing organization, though they have recently come under fire for changing their theological position on the … Continue reading

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