Tag Archives: Messianic Judaism

Aaron Eby – Biblically Kosher

Aaron Eby’s new book Biblically Kosher hasn’t received much fanfare. A Google search for the book’s title currently brings up a few relevant pages, as well as a bunch of sites contrasting “Biblical Kosher” with “Rabbinic Kosher.” This, I am … Continue reading

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“Arrogance” in Romans 11 and Attitudes toward Judaism

But if some of the branches were broken off, and you, although a wild olive shoot, were grafted in among the others and now share in the nourishing root of the olive tree, do not be arrogant toward the branches. If you are, remember … Continue reading

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Why I am an Evangelical

Not everyone who reads my blog might know this, but I am an evangelical Christian. More specifically, I am a licensed pastor in an American Baptist church. I’m currently working toward ordination; I started this blog during a half-semester break … Continue reading

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Jew and Gentile – Blurring the Distinction

Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz, in a lecture on intermarriage (one of many which are available online at Simple To Remember), recounted a conversation between two great Torah sages. The younger asked the older how Socialism had led so many Jews … Continue reading

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Protestantism – Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Protestants – like all other sects of Christianity – believe that they are right. We believe that Protestantism is the spiritual descendant of the Apostolic church. Presumably if the Apostle Paul were alive today, he would attend a Protestant church. … 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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Paul and the Talmud – All things work together for good

There is an interesting story in b.Berachos 60b in which Rabbi Akiva arrived at a city and could not find lodging, so he went and slept in a field. He had a rooster, a donkey, and a lamp with him. … Continue reading

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Jesus and Jewish Tradition – Ulla and Rav Chisda

It is enough for the servant to be like his master. This is a familiar saying to many Christians – but who originated it? The answer, for many, is clear. Jesus said it (Mt. 10:24-25), so it is an inspired word … 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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A Theology that Integrates the Whole Bible

A five-year-old article on Stuart Dauermann’s blog contains a review of Postmissionary Messianic Judaism, delivered by Derek Leman at a meeting of the North American wing of the Lausanne Consultation on Jewish Evangelism. It contains a chapter-by-chapter summary of PMJ for … Continue reading

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