Category Archives: Inconvenient Truths

Inconvenient Truths: Yeshua the Final Judge

Inconvenient Truths is a series of intermittent postings highlighting concepts calling  for changes in thought and action resisted, deplored, or denounced by some. Scripture teaches that the Son of Man, the Messiah, whom Messianic Jews believe to be Yeshua of Nazareth, … Continue reading

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Inconvenient Truths: The Mordecai Mandate

Inconvenient Truths is a series of intermittent postings highlighting concepts calling  for changes in thought and action resisted, deplored, or denounced by some. Over twenty years ago, I was a guest at a meeting of missionaries to the Jews where one … Continue reading

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Inconvenient Truths: Community of Reference

Inconvenient Truths is a series of intermittent postings highlighting concepts calling  for changes in thought and action resisted, deplored, or denounced by some. A Yiddish proverb states, “You can’t dance at two weddings with one tuchas.” This reminds us that life … Continue reading

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Inconvenient Truths: The One New Man

Inconvenient Truths is a series of intermittent postings highlighting concepts calling  for changes in thought and action resisted, deplored, or denounced by some. In a day when Jews and Gentiles who believe in Yeshua are thinking new thoughts about their relationship … Continue reading

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Inconvenient Truths: The Unity of the Jewish People – Achdut Yisrael

Inconvenient Truths is a series of intermittent postings highlighting concepts calling  for changes in thought and action resisted, deplored, or denounced by some. The Messianic Jewish think-tank Hashivenu has seven core principles, of which the fourth is this: “The Jewish people … Continue reading

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