New Testament Writers Teaching Jesus is the Creator

The following are quotes from New Testament Writers Teaching Jesus is the Creator, and the Word of God (The Father’s regent, mouthpiece, miracle performer and redeemer). These verses are confirmation of the Jewish Binitarianism taught during the time period before and after Jesus, until about 200AD. This ancient theology taught that there were two entities […]

Must Followers of Jesus Keep Torah to be More Holy than Other Believers?

REVISITED and EXPANDED: Jesus said he came not to destroy the law but to fulfill (Matt 5:17). Here is the full statement: 17 p“Do not think that I have come to abolish qthe Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but rto fulfill them. 18 For truly, I say to you, […]

A Sabbath Candle Lighting Prayer to Challenge You and Tradition

This is the Sabbath Prayer our family does while Lighting the Sabbath Candles. We are not sanctified by Laws and Commandments and instructions of the elders, but by the One who Authored men and women, all of creation, the Bible itself, and brings us into the Presence of his Father. ברוך אתה אדני אלהינו מלך […]

What Makes John the Baptist a Prophet (and what did it have to do with Jesus)?

How was John the Baptist a Prophet of Israel?   1) he baptized Jews with the baptism of conversion and renunciation of paganism 2) he was supposed to have been leading Temple worship in Jerusalem as High Priest, even as his dad was supposed to have done (the high priest’s office was politically appointed in […]

‘In 1971, Muslims murdered 2.4 million Hindus and raped 200,000 Hindu women’

Originally Posted on August 4, 2014: Will the Muslim violence against the Indian people, and the contamination of barbaric Islamic ideals blended into their culture, ever end? The Israeli’s and Hindus are the largest victims of perpetural Islamic invasions and violence lasting for more than 1,000 years. Muhammad Ali Jinna, a member of the Indian […]

Can Christans Drink Alcohol?

10 Biblical Reasons We Should Appreciate Wine July 30, 2012 by Luke Gilkerson 48 Comments If you know me well, you know I make my own beer and wine. If you know me really well, you know I really enjoy an ice-cold mug of IPA or a nice glass of Malbec. I firmly believe wine is a good […]

The Fruit of the Spirit

Here is an interesting point that I think most Christians in the West need to hear about Galatians 5, especially when interacting with Non-Believers and especially Liberal/Progressives:   “22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law.”   1. […]

This is not the Father: יְהוָה ? Then, who is?

Pastors, leaders (and everyone else): If you’ve been following me over the years, you’ll know that I do a lot of Biblical research. After 17 years of researching, I’ve come to this conclusion that I want to present for your consideration and feedback.   There have been studies on this in relation to the Targums, […]

Is Jesus actually “the God” of the Old Testament? Why is this research controversial?

The New Testament declares very clearly that Jesus is the one who created the Universe and everything in it, and it does so in several places, such as Hebrews Chapter 1 and Colossians 1:15-16. The same New Testament declares that Jesus is God in the flesh. But what influence do Ancient Jewish religious beliefs about […]

Jewish Wedding Traditions, by Lambert Dolphin

Jewish Wedding Traditions Compared to the Relationship between Jesus Christ and his Bride the Church Event in Jewish Wedding Application to us as Christians Scripture References 1. The Beginning: The groom’s father made and approved choice of the bride. Christ is the bridegroom. Church is the bride. The Father makes and approves the choice. John […]