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Do We Really Live in a Fallen World?

Hebrews 2:6-18: Things that stand out: man was made lower than the angels (Greek)/God (Hebrew). Crowned with glory. All things are put in subjection to him. Yeshua was made like man, lower than God, crowned with glory. Was Yeshua really … Continue reading

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Bearing the Homosexual’s Burden

Why is homosexuality different than so many other sins? Let me be clear. I know avowed gay people. There are some in my family. If you claim that identity, then I love and would like to get to know you. … Continue reading

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Uncleanness, Seperation, Female Priests, And All Sorts of Thoughts on “Is God a Moral Monster?”

First off, I’m loving Paul Copan’s Is God a Moral Monster? Understanding the Old Testament God. Second off, I disagree with one of his major premises. In short, if you’ve read my book Backwards, I believe the Torah (the ‘law … Continue reading

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Dangerous Gospel

1 John 2:5 says that the one who keeps the Word of God, in him is the love of God perfected. 4:12 says that if we love one another, the love of God is perfected. I could make the point … Continue reading

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The Anschluss, the JW’s, and Caesar

At our fellowship one of our members was giving some church history to the group. No surprise, some of the Caesars regarded themselves as gods. I knew this, but what I didn’t consider was that when people wanted audience with him or to deal … Continue reading

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When God is Sad

Yom Kippur is a troublesome holy day. Coming out of a non-denominational Christian upbringing, I think I know why. Even for those who have been lead to embrace the Hebraic true-identity of Christianity, and perhaps especially for us, we have … Continue reading

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Is there re-joi-cing without re-joi-ning?

When I was introduced to Yom Teruah it was as Rosh HaShanah coming 3/4 of the way through the season of Teshuvah that began with the month of Elul. God has shown me some new things since then. Firstly, Rosh … Continue reading

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