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Christ

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When a Christian asks a Jew, "Do you believe in Christ?" it's like the moon is about to crash with the earth. When these two different views are compared side by side, the Christian perspective of Christ is quite different to the Jewish perspective of Messiah. To add, the Jewish perspective of the Christian Christ is insulting to the Christian faithful while Christians remained baffled with the Jewish perspective of Messiah.

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December 09th, 2013

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MRabbi Hillel. © 2013 by Nehr HaOlam Publications. "If there was ever an obstruction to making disciples that follow the teachings of Messiah Yeshua (reference Matthew 28:19), that would be the anathema - a contender to biblical truth that was inspired by the Holy Spirit." What is an anathema? An anathema (ἀνάθεμα) is a term used in the Greek version of the New Testament that identifies a specific kind of person, a contender to the Bible's guidance.

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Sin

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Ask a Christian, “How do you view sin?” and he will immediately discuss matters pertaining to moral implications and ethical values. Ask a Jewish woman, “How do you view sin?” and she identifies quickly sin as being the actions that which you either do or don't do in relationship to the standards that are already established in the code of ethics, Torah. This very same word has two completely different meanings.

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Repent

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        When a Christian tells a Jew, "You need to repent," the Jew immediately thinks, "I need to return to the ways of Elohim as prescribed in Torah; I need to return the Promised Land and enjoy the inheritance that Elohim has endowed my people."

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God-Fearers: Hanukkah

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In light of the release of God-Fearers, I am doing a series of blogs that further explores the topics introduced in the book as well as answer some frequently asked questions. Last week I had the privilege of spending time in New Jersey and New York for Thanksgiving and the first part of Hanukkah. It was so fun to go out to different businesses and see electric menorahs lit...

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Non-Jews and Chanukkah

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Chanukkah is a Jewish holiday. It’s kind of like, we think, some kind of Jewish substitute for Christmas. They saw all the fun we were having every winter and came up with something a little different that they could do, too. So we imagine them putting Chanukkah presents under the menorah, or maybe a Chanukkah bush of some kind. And just to punch it up a little bit, they made it eight times longer.

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Rome and the Abomination of Desolation

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During the days of the apostles, the Jewish people experienced a great miracle that must have reminded them of the miracles of Chanukkah. The wicked Roman emperor, Caligula, ordered his legions to erect an idol of himself in the Temple, in Jerusalem. The apostles and early believers wondered if this event might fulfill the Master’s predictions about an abomination of desolation standing in the Temple.

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Simple Chanukah Gifts

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This year, Chanukah and the American holiday of Thanksgiving converge.This convergence has not happened since the 1800’s, and it will not occur again in our lifetimes. Chabad.org features an interesting article about the convergence. In honor of this rare moment, Troy Mitchell has released a mash-up of the traditional Thanksgiving song, “Simple Gifts” and the traditional Chanukah song, “Ma’oz Tzur.” Troy Mitchell is the worship leader at the Minnesota-area Messianic...

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God-Fearers: One from the Nations

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In light of the release of God-Fearers, I am doing a series of blogs that further explores the topics introduced in the book as well as answer some frequently asked questions. In the first chapter of my book God-Fearers I seek to immediately dispel the popular idea that the term “Gentile” (goy) means pagan. Instead, I argue that it simply refers to someone from the nations who is not Jewish....

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