Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Shechinah in Exile

A Classic Repost in honor of Tisha B’Av: The concept of a compassionate and personal G-d is not foreign to Rabbinic thought. One particularly interesting example is the concept of “the Shechinah in Exile.” According to the Tanya[1] (quoting the … Continue reading

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Acts 21:20 – Thousands or Tens of Thousands?

In this recent video, Jerusalem scholar, David Bivin, addresses the underlying question of whether Acts 21:20 refers to “thousands”of Jewish believers in Jerusalem at the time of the Shaliach Sha’ul (the Apostle Paul), or “tens of thousands.” In the video … Continue reading

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Terror Attack in Bulgaria

Earlier today a female terrorist blew herself and two buses apart at a Bulgarian airport killing 7 Israeli tourists and wounding many others. For more on this breaking story vist HERE or HERE. Officials from around the world have condemned … Continue reading

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3rd Helsinki Consultation: The Torah

This statement from the Helsinki Consultation was recently released and worth sharing. The Consultation is an important dialog effort which brings together Jewish believers in Yeshua from a broad spectrum and theological background to discuss mattersĀ relevantĀ to all Jewish believers. This … Continue reading

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