Monthly Archives: November 2011

Rabbi of the Month!

This may be slightly old news for some of you, but I have the extreme honor of  being featured as the November ‘rabbi of the month’ on the Messianic Jewish Rabbinical Council’s website. This is quite an honor to be included … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

In 1789, George Washington issued the first national Thanksgiving proclamation with these words: “Now, therefore, I do recommend and assign Thursday, the 26th day of November next, to be devoted by the people of these States to the service of … Continue reading

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Yeshua, Halachah, and the Sermon on the Mount

This is a continuation of my previous thoughts on Jewish law and the Halachic process. As followers of a Jewish Messiah, we are obligated to engage in knowledgeable discussion with Jewish law. At times we may interpret it differently, especially in … Continue reading

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Moses in Matthew

Last night, the new MJTI Interfaith Center in Beverly Hills hosted a seminar on the Gospels with special guest, Boaz Michael, the founder and director of First Fruits of Zion. The two-hour seminar introduced many of the typologies throughout Matthew … Continue reading

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Rabbis Who Thought for Themselves

I get tired of the common myth circulated by anti-missionaries that the only Jews who believe in Yeshua are ignorant of Judaism and have been deceived into believing that Yeshua is the Messiah. The argument goes something like this: “If … Continue reading

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