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Remembering Rabbi Isaac Lichtenstein

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Rabbi Isaac Lichtenstein, of most blessed memory, left this earth on Hoshana Rabbah, the year of 5669 (1908), during the happy season of Sukkot. Hoshana Rabbah is the seventh day of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, 21st day of Tishrei. Rabbi Lichtenstein was a Hungarian Orthodox rabbi who became a believer in Yeshua, yet did not renounce Judaism nor his post as district rabbi. He wrote several pamphlets arguing that...

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Sabbath Breaker

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The Gospels contain several stories about our Master and the Sabbath day. In most of the stories, his enemies among the religious leaders accuse him of violating the Sabbath by performing healings on the Sabbath day. Everyone seems to have a different explanation and interpretation for these stories. Christian teachers use these stories as evidence that Yeshua did away with the Sabbath. According to that idea, Jesus healed on the...

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Respecting the Mechitzah

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The dual ministry of First Fruits of Zion and Vine of David continues to bear fruit. While First Fruits of Zion focuses on bringing the teachings of Messianic Judaism to the Church, Vine of David focuses on creating resources for the Messianic Jewish movement and presenting the authentic, Jewish Yeshua to the Jewish people. A Day with a Scholar Yesterday I had the great privilege of meeting with a wonderful...

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Remembering Yeshua’s Chief Disciple: The Apostle Peter in Rabbinic Literature

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The following blog post is taken from an article that will appear in the brand new issue of Messiah Journal. Don’t miss out on the exciting material in Messiah Journal 112 or any other issue.  Subscribe now!   Friday evening, December 21st, begins the 9th of Tevet which, according to Jewish tradition, is the anniversary of the death of Simon Peter. Simon Peter holds a special place in the...

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A Rabbi Who Loved Jesus: Preface to Mark

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The December 14 edition of a leading online Jewish publication, Tablet: A New Read on Jewish Life, has a provocative article about Rabbi Elijah Zvi Soloveitchik (זצ״ל), [1805-1881], an illustrious and leading rabbi of his generation and an admirer of Yeshua of Nazareth. The article caught our attention because at Vine of David and FFOZ we have been reading and translating Rabbi Soloveitchik’s commentaries on the Christianity and the...

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Why Yeshua’s Coming Left Me Wanting

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In a recent issue of Messiah Journal, we reviewed the book The King Jesus Gospel by Scot McKnight. Scot is a leading voice for reform within evangelical Christianity, and the subject of Scot’s book—the gospel—is one of those areas most in need of reform. As I detail in my upcoming book, Tent of David, the gospel message is one of four big areas in which the church needs to...

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You are Gods

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In the Gospel of John, Yeshua defended himself against a blasphemy charge by appealing to an obscure Jewish interpretation of Psalm 82. To understand what Yeshua was talking about, we need to study how the rabbis understood and taught that verse from Psalm 82.

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Birth of Jesus at Sukkot

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The Birth of Yeshua at Sukkot: Evidence from an Old Source D. Thomas Lancaster Was Jesus born on December 25? Is there any ancient evidence that might indicate when he was born? The brand new issue of Messiah Journal (111) goes to press today with an article that presents new evidence from an old source arguing for linking the birth of Yeshua and the biblical Feast of Taberancles, the...

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Family Tree of Christian Denominations

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The Messianic movement (a faith in Yeshua as the Messiah marked by the recognition of the Hebrew roots of the faith and expressed in some degree of Torah observance) is filled with Gentiles from all stripes, creeds, and denominations.  One of the common questions we receive at Psalm11918.org goes something like this: "I used to be a

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