Jesus’ References to Old Testament Scriptures
May 16, 2017
Author: Rich Robinson
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June 12, 2014

In a way, enlightenment has been a goal or achievement of both the Eastern and Western worldviews for quite some time. In Buddhism, starting with its founder in the fifth century B.C.E., individual enlightenment is a follower’s highest goal. “Buddha” means “awakened” or “enlightened one.” For the Buddhist, this means freeing oneself from the cycle […]

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Picture Telephone
June 2, 2014

It’s easy for a message to get lost in miscommunication, so how can we trust that the Bible is true and accurate?

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Evidence for God’s Existence
May 14, 2014

Check out an edition of our publication, ISSUES, “Jewish Atheism… and what God thinks about it“

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That’s Funny—You Don’t Look Jewish!
July 15, 2013
Author: Hannah Fenn

A growing number of people are interested in the possibility of having Jewish ancestry 1. DNA testing is available, affordable and can reveal evidence of Ashkenazi heritage. Individuals are eager to discover even a trace of this Jewish DNA, and some are being made aware of their Jewish roots for the first time.  It’s no […]

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The Apostles on Unity and Diversity: A Quick Primer
July 8, 2013

We can find examples of disunity among God’s people throughout the Bible. But the apostles’ experiences can be particularly relevant for us. The following examples speak of three kinds of disunity: The disunity that results from overzealous, prideful loyalty to our leaders. 10 I appeal to you, brothers, in the name of our Lord Jesus […]

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The Gifts of the Jews
July 1, 2000

The Gifts of the Jews: How a Tribe of Desert Nomads Changed the Way Everyone Thinks and Feels Thomas Cahill Nan A. Talese Anchor Books 291 pp. When considering the contribution of the Jewish people to modern society, people are apt to reflect on obvious features: monotheism; our system of jurisprudence; the Ten Commandments; a […]

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How can you believe in the New Testament? Isn’t it full of anti-Semitism and lies?
January 1, 2000

The New Testament–which simply means New Covenant–needs to be accepted for what it is, a Jewish book written almost entirely by Jewish people. Most of the concepts in the New Testament cannot be understood apart from their background in the Hebrew Bible. It was fashionable a few years ago to claim that the New Testament […]

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