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Yom Kippur – Aseret Yemei Teshuva

The first 10 days of Tishrei, consisting of Rosh Hashanah (two days), Yom Kippur and the days between them, is a favourable time to correct our shortcomings and come closer to G-d. In Hebrew these days are called Aseret Yemei … Continue reading

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Rosh Hashanah 5773 – The Jewish New Year

Today’s Quote “This is a joyful time for millions of people around the world. But Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are also opportunities for reflection. They represent a chance to take stock of our lives and look forward to the … Continue reading

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613 Mitzvot – TORAH

This is the third and last part of my writings on the Commandments as understood by the Jewish Bible. This time we have come to the Torah. The Jewish Bible is called “Tanach,” in non-Jewish circles it is called the … Continue reading

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The 613 Mitzvot – G-d

This is a continuation of my review of the 613 commandments in the Jewish Bible, Tanach. The introduction can be read in my writings “The 613 Mitzvot (Commandments).” This time, we speak about HaShem! Later on I will continue with … Continue reading

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The 613 Mitzvot in the Jewish Tanach

Here I had intended to present the 613 commandments of Judaism but then I thought better of it. I was thinking in my own mind, that no one bother to read that much text. I will just briefly introduce the … Continue reading

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A Redeemer in Isaiah 59?

Many times when we read the New Testament, we stumble upon prophetic texts quoted from the Jewish Bible. In this example Paul is quoting from the book of Isaiah. In the Book of Romans of the New Testament, Paul wants … Continue reading

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Trinity not a Jewish concept

G-d is One! He can’t be a 3-part G-d! The divinity of Jesus was never a clear teaching in Christianitys infancy. As the Christians have a lot of “proof-texts” to proof that Jesus was The Messiah, we also have our … Continue reading

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