Monthly Archives: May 2016

Anchor

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources:
Anchor ? Confusion is one of the more difficult trials of life. The difficulty is compounded when the confusion sets in over spiritual matters. We tend to see religion as…

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Moses vs. Jesus – Excerpt from Supplement to Contra Brown

Brown besmirches Judaism again. He “informs” his readers about “the great contrast between Rabbinic Judaism and the New Covenant Faith”. Brown points to the closing verses in Deuteronomy which speak of Moses unsurpassed greatness. He then contrasts the Christian reading … Continue reading

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Isaiah 53 – Vindication

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Isaiah  53 is all about vindication. God’s servant, who suffered grievously, will one  day be vindicated to the eyes of those who despised him. This is the primary  thrust of…

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The Speeder – Commentary to Matthew 12

A man was on his way to watch a football game at his friend’s house. Eager to arrive, he found himself doing 60 mph in a 35 mph zone. Shortly, a police officer pulled him over. “Do you realize that … Continue reading

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The Blind Seer – Isaiah 40:6

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources:
The Blind Seer – Isaiah 40:6 Supplement to “Armor Bearers” “A voice says, ‘Proclaim!’ and [the [prophet] asks, ‘What shall I proclaim?’ – ‘All flesh is grass and all its…

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A Story and a Song

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources:
A Story and a Song (This is the story of a woman who found the truth. Name withheld by request) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z998skmvL4Y I think everything started with my conversion to an…

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Square Circles – 1Kings 18:21

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Square Circles – 1Kings 18:21 The English teacher asked her sixth grade students if they could provide an example of an oxymoron. The girl in the back row raised her…

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