Articles by Ami
Ami is part of the Jerusalem-based FFOZ team where he works as a support staff member at the Bram Center. Ami is a contributor to the FFOZ Torah Clubhouse for children, and also submits articles for Messiah Journal.
While we talk about Pilgrims around the Thanksgiving table, few of us actually understand who or what they were. This was a movement that lasted for well over a century. It intersected with Jewish rabbis and brought the study of Kabbalah and rabbinic texts to the new world.
Movement allies are combating anti-Semitism on all fronts, including anti-Semitism within the church. Through programs mentioned in this article and others, FFOZ is declaring the Jewish people irreplaceable and dismantling false teachings built upon replacement theology. Ideas are not harmless! Take action!
While most of us know that the Inquisition was something driven by absolute evil, involving torture chambers, strange costumes, and public executions, few realize that this was an internal investigation and purging of the church by its leadership.
The Bible 2020 appears to be part of a larger “Year of The Bible” campaign that is being supported by some of the best and brightest minds of the Evangelical Christian world. To imagine that the Torah, with its promises to Israel, has been cast aside for universal spiritualizing and turned into mere poetic language is more than a mistake.
To remove the blemish of hatred from the Holy Nation, HaShem chose to remove the children of Israel from their “nest.” Messiah, like the mother bird, needed first to be sent away before his children were carried off into exile.