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A Rich Young Ruler

This week I was thinking about the familiar story of Yeshua’s encounter with the rich young ruler (Mathew 19:16-30). In the story, the rich young man asks Yeshua about what more he must do in order to obtain eternal life. … Continue reading

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Helsinki Press Release: Jewish Believers in Jesus

Ground-Breaking News: The FIRST ecumenical conference of Jewish believers in Jesus in modern times met in Helsinki, Finland June 14-15, 2010 to affirm their Jewish identity, their faith in Yeshua, and their desire for unity. The term “Jewish Believers in … Continue reading

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Is Messiah Divine?

Scholars Support Jewish Belief in a Divine Messiah There is a popular assumption circulated by Jewish leaders and liberal scholars that Judaism has never believed in a divine Messiah. Some argue that Yeshua never claimed to be the Messiah and … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

“The Kingdom of G-d … does not come with visible signs; nor will people be able to say ‘Look! Here it is!’ or, ‘Over there!’ Because, you see, the Kingdom of G-d dwells in your midst.” – Yeshua of Nazareth, … Continue reading

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When pious men talk like idiots.

Should a Jew break Shabbos to save the life of a non-Jew? We think the answer to this question is a pretty obvious yes, but were dismayed to find genuine controversy on this within elements of the ultra-Orthodox community. A … Continue reading

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