Judaism

Was immersion in water part of Jewish tradition before John the Baptist? Yes it was! And the Hebrew word for the pool of water where it takes place points us in the right direction in understanding the deeper meaning of the practice.

Was immersion in water part of Jewish tradition before John the Baptist? Yes it was! And the Hebrew word for the pool of water where it takes place points us in the right direction in understanding the deeper meaning of the practice.

This is some great training from our friends at EvanTell which will help you to share the good news with Jewish friends from a historical, cultural, and scriptural perspective. Following these guid…

This is some great training from our friends at EvanTell which will help you to share the good news with Jewish friends from a historical, cultural, and scriptural perspective. Following these guid…

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Three facts every Israeli should know about Good Friday and Easter. « Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

Three facts every Israeli should know about Good Friday and Easter.

Three facts every Israeli should know about Good Friday and Easter. « Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

The exodus from Egypt is the Bible's paradigm for what salvation looks like. The salvation from Egypt is the Torah's clearest picture of what salvation is and how it works. In those events, God was planting a seed, foreshadowing the Gospel, showing us how it is that He saves His people. The exodus story sets up the pattern.

The exodus from Egypt is the Bible's paradigm for what salvation looks like. The salvation from Egypt is the Torah's clearest picture of what salvation is and how it works. In those events, God was planting a seed, foreshadowing the Gospel, showing us how it is that He saves His people. The exodus story sets up the pattern.

National Zionism and Messianic Jewish Revival; the obvious link - The Messianic Times

National Zionism and Messianic Jewish Revival; the obvious link - The Messianic Times

Joseph writes, "How is it possible to believe in one God, as the Scriptures teach, and nonetheless believe that Yeshua is God? Here are a number of guidelines that will help us understand Yeshua as God without offending that which is sacred to the people of Israel..."

Joseph writes, "How is it possible to believe in one God, as the Scriptures teach, and nonetheless believe that Yeshua is God? Here are a number of guidelines that will help us understand Yeshua as God without offending that which is sacred to the people of Israel..."

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