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Torah Portions Schedule (2019-20)
* The annual cycle of traditional Torah readings for Shabbat, including Gospel readings, for the Hebrew year 5780 (2019-2020). Request free "Torah PORTIONS" schedules to be mailed directly to you for distribution among friends, family or your fellowship, congregation or church.
Size: 872.8 KB / Date: 2019-09-18Download pdf
Torah Portions Schedule (2018-9)
* The annual cycle of traditional Torah readings for Shabbat, including Gospel readings, for the Hebrew year 5779 (2018-2019). Request free "Torah PORTIONS" schedules to be mailed directly to you for distribution among friends, family or your fellowship, congregation or church. Order from here…
*This is the schedule for 5779 (2018-2019).
Size: 682.0 KB / Date: 2018-07-15Download pdf
One New Man
Ephesians 2:15 uses the metaphor, “one new man,” to refer to all who have been reconciled to God through the cross of Christ, but scholars disagree on what the metaphor makes of these people. In one view, it denies any distinction between Jewish and Gentile believers in Jesus, while the other view interprets “one new man” as confirmation of such a distinction. This study by David B. Woods presents the latter view as the theory of intra-ecclesial Jew-Gentile distinction or, simply, distinction theory. In order to resolve the problem of conflicting interpretations and test distinction theory, a lexical analysis of “one new man” is undertaken.
Size: 2.7 MB / Date: 2015-10-29Download pdf
Sukkot, Gentiles and the Messianic Kingdom
Sukkot is considered the most universal holiday on the entire Jewish calendar. Scores of Messianic Gentiles and Christians also celebrate the festival across the globe. All this is a foretaste of the Messianic Kingdom, when there will be peace on earth, Israel’s enemies will be defeated, and Jew and Gentile will dwell together serving the one true God.
Size: 4.9 MB / Date: 2015-10-04Download pdf