Monthly Archives: January 2010

MJ Musings Gets a Little Love

It’s a neat world we live in. Jewish-Christian relations are improving in many places. A Jewish studies professor can even mention in a positive light a Messianic Jewish blog sometimes. Here is a link where Rebecca Lesses, professor of Jewish … Continue reading

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PODCAST: Yeshua in Context – Yeshua the Healer

The healing miracles of Yeshua are sort of a paradox. On the one hand, Yeshua did not want the wrong ideas about his identity as Messiah to spread too quickly. On the other hand, the healings he worked brought large … Continue reading

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Surreptitious Supersessionism

Supersessionism can be sneaky (if you don

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The Nature of God in MJT

MAPPING MESSIANIC JEWISH THEOLOGY: A CONSTRUCTIVE APPROACH Richard Harvey, Paternoster, 2009 This is our Messianic Jewish Musings survey of chapter 4 of Richard Harvey’s newly published study. MJT stands for Messianic Jewish Theology. See here to find MMJT on Paternoster … Continue reading

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From PDEP

We need a reappraisal of Paul because Paul did not say what many people have preached for years that he said. We need a reappraisal of Paul because he has been read as superseding all previous scripture. We need a … Continue reading

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What is Supersessionism?

I got a wonderful opportunity this weekend to guest blog on Scot McKnight

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Mapping Messianic Jewish Theology, ch 3

MAPPING MESSIANIC JEWISH THEOLOGY: A CONSTRUCTIVE APPROACH Richard Harvey, Paternoster, 2009 Buy the book here or here. My review of MMJT is merely a summary and a list of some questions raised and not a replacement for owning the book. … Continue reading

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Devekut: Deuteronomy 4:4

My daughter made a painting for me featuring this verse, a good one to keep in mind all day. You who cling to Hashem, your God, you are all alive today.

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PODCAST: Yeshua in Context – Exorcism and Yeshua

Exorcism, or the casting out of demons, is a topic much maligned by images from movies. The idea of evil spirits, fallen angels, and demons is very ancient and is one of the concepts from the supernatural realm most difficult … Continue reading

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Ethics of Speech, by Ramban

I recently bought A Letter for the Ages (Iggeres HaRamban): The Ramban

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