Why Arguments Against Women in Ministry Aren’t Biblical

June 2, 2015 by Ben Witherington (This is a re-post of a piece I wrote for Beliefnet many years ago, back by popular demand. BW3) Most of you who know me, know that I did my doctoral thesis on women in the NT with C.K. Barrett at the University of Durham in England. My first […]

The Book of Hebrews is a Commentary on Genesis, but there’s more?

This is a guest post, by Dr. J. David Pitcher   “The Rank of the Messiah” Hebrews 1:1-4a/Genesis 1:1-25 Have you ever read a book that you just can’t put down? Sometimes there is an imaginative and captivating account. Sometimes there is an action packed plot. Sometimes there is an unfolding suspense. Both books of […]

How Does Your Church Respond to Jews Who Believe In Jesus?

What do you think about this subject, is it even on your radar? by Tov Rose Because of what God has been doing in raising up significant numbers of Jewish believers in Jesus for the last 40 years, especially for the last 20 in Israel. There is now a growing and significant number of Jewish […]

Is it possible that several Apostles preached in the British Isles?

Not entirely sure what to make of this. Anyone researched this subject?   EARLY CHRISTIANITY IN EUROPE’S WESTERN ISLES 2002 November-December Douglas S. Winnail “Few understand the amazing religious drama that has played out over centuries in Britain, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Key parts of the story have been lost, forgotten or deliberately obscured. But […]

Announcement: The New Messianic Version of the Bible – Online Tool

The New Messianic Version of the Bible is available online as a free resource! Feel free to share.   http://biblehub.com/nmvb/

How Jewish was the early Church?

Written by Knut Hoyland   Caspari Staff Nov 3, 2017     “The Disciples Admire the Buildings of the Temple” by James Tissot (Image: Wikimedia Commons) In Matthew 15, we read the story of Jesus meeting a Canaanite woman. After initially dismissing her pleas for help, Yeshua (Jesus) ends up healing her daughter and acknowledging […]

“Abbas’ Guardian Op-Ed Illustrates the Dishonesty of the ‘Palestinian Narrative’

by Adam Levick   PA President Mahmoud Abbas addressing the UN General Assembly in September. Photo: UN.   The Guardian’s efforts to amplify the “injustice” of Israel’s continued existence in the context of the Balfour Centennial went into high gear when they published an op-ed by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. The op-ed included nearly […]

Biblical Hebrew Class Taught by Tov Rose

Looking for serious students of the Word! Say YES below if you are serious about giving a 3 month commitment to learning Biblical Hebrew. Classes will be taught online. I have permission to use my mentor’s unpublished Biblical Hebrew Primer. When he was alive, he was one of the top 10 Hebrew Scholars in the […]

Saint Patrick of Ireland, the Messianic Jew?

Great article by Christine Egbert. “Ireland’s Patrick: Saint, Yes! Catholic No! I recently read an article in Wikipedia about the Hebraic Roots movement. Surprisingly, I found it mostly accurate. The author even pointed out that we in this walk “seek out the history, culture, and faith of first century believers. To this I must add, […]