Monthly Archives: January 2007

What is a good way to say it?

Just finished my final exam today for “The Shape of Messianic Jewish Theology,” a class I am taking online and through DVD from the Messianic Jewish Theological Institute (mjti.org). MJTI is associated with the UMJC (umjc.net). It was a tough … Continue reading

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Pt 5: Thoughts From Levine's 3rd Chapter

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Sabbath Meditation: Strangers and Natives

Okay, it’s about to be Shabbat. If you are observant, I hope you have laid out your best white tablecloth, set up your candles, and gotten ready your challah loaf and bottle of Manischewitz Concord Grape (or any suitable Merlot … Continue reading

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Brief Thought: Soulen and the SCN

Those interested in hearing more about Amy-Jill Levine’s The Misunderstood Jew, please be patient. I will get more on here about it. I have so much other reading I have to do for my final exam and for some freelance … Continue reading

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Jacob (James) the Brother of Messiah

Here is a topic-du-jour not related to the Amy-Jill Levine book, which we will continue to review and discuss in future posts. The subject of James came up in my life yesterday as I was writing a freelance assignment. I … Continue reading

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Pt 4: An Issue from Levine's 2nd Chapter

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Pt 3: A Question from Levine's Second Chapter

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El Shaddai and HaShem (Shabbat Meditation)

Hope many of you are settling down for Shabbat (the Sabbath). We have delightful smells coming from the kitchen. The house is quiet before the big night. Shabbat soup, chicken, wheat challah, and other foods will soon be eaten. It … Continue reading

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A Quotation (In Place of an Article)

I’ve had a crazy-busy week with appointments and extra studying for a class I’m taking at the Messianic Jewish Theological Institute from Dr. Mark Kinzer (mjti.org). So, while I am still reading Amy-Jill Levine’s The Misunderstood Jew, I keep have … Continue reading

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Pt. 2: Musings on Levine New Book, Ch. 1

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