GET READY: J-BOM is Coming!

So, MJM readers, in March we will begin our

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11 Responses to GET READY: J-BOM is Coming!

  1. warland52 says:

    I can recommend Twerski’s Vision of the Fathers.

    Todd

  2. judahgabriel says:

    +1 for Yahnatan’s “J-BOM” dub. Love it!

    Even though I am not formally part of J-BOM bloggers, due to working 2 jobs at present, I will try to purchase and read at least some of the books, and additionally point some traffic to the J-BOM blogs each month during my weekly bracha posts.

    This is a great idea, Derek. I hope many Messianic folks go out and purchase The JPS Commentary on the Haggadah. It will promote learning in the often-fundamentalist Messianic community, and it will increase the Messianic voice on the web.

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  11. syftkog says:

    Derek, I’m curious as to your recommendation for the book Faith Matters by, David Wolpe. I did not know of him until you mentioned the book and shortly after reading your blog I ran across a reference to him that states that he does not believe the Exodus from Egypt ever happened. I found an article on Aish that confirmed this. Why would we want to read a book by an author that has such a view? I am looking forward to hearing your thoughts on this! Aside from that, I’m most interested in this J-BOM project and hope to read right along with you!

  12. issa29 says:

    this is a great idea! the promotions are good too.

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