Tag Archives: Judaism

James, the Synagogue, and Jesus – part 2

As part 2 of this study of tough things to come to terms with, let’s jump right in with a couple of questions:   If I say synagogue, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Is it, … Continue reading

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But it ALSO says . . .

Out of a little over 1000 verses in Mattityahu (Matthew), 112 of them or around 10% of them are direct quotations and references to verses in TaNaKh (Torah-Nevi’im-Ketuvim: in other words, the Old Testament). When we arrive at chapter 4, … Continue reading

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The Butterfly Effect

I don’t know why I am writing this, but I feel strongly compelled to do so.  I would rather take a nap, but I can concentrate on little else – so here I sit.  Clickity, clickity, clickity – the keyboard … Continue reading

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