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The Temple and Perceived Paradoxes

Within the New Testament there are seemingly paradoxical statements made about the Temple in Jerusalem.  If one is not careful, one could assume that Yeshua and Paul no longer associated the Temple with G-d’s abode, and that somehow their message … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

“We are controversial because we believe in Judaism and many have decided the rabbis are anti-Jesus and spiritually bankrupt. The unchallenged notions here are at least two: (1) that the actual church of history is somehow closer to G-d than … Continue reading

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Jerusalem as Sacred Space

Abstract of Makom Kadosh: Jerusalem as Sacred Space by Rabbi Joshua Brumbach. For the full article, click here. How is it that Jerusalem became an axis of sacred space, a locus of the divine presence on earth? It lacks a … Continue reading

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