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Columbus and Jerusalem

Christopher Columbus may have lost his status as an unqualified hero but blanket condemnations of the explorer might be missing the mark. There is...

Moving Kings and Kingdoms

The God who moves kings and kingdoms has not stopped doing so. We are seeing nations shift, peace treaties established, and alliances develop at an...

Book Overview: “Did God The Father Really Kill God The Son?” (Kreider & Bar)

Here in Israel, a frequent objection against Christianity by Jewish people goes something like this: “So, you guys believe that God...

The Biblical Feasts of Israel All Point to Jesus

God commanded His people: Have a feast! Take a break! He made festivals part of the Law, codifying the commandments to stop for a...

Is the God of Israel Mean?

The God of Israel is often portrayed as mean, and as fundamentally different to Jesus, the meek and mild. Many see God the Father...

Does God See Race?

The furore about race that has taken the world by storm may have started in a despicable way, but it has opened up conversations...

The Meaning of the Wheat and the Tares for our Times

Remember the parable of the Wheat and the Tares? How good and bad are growing together? We are moving inevitably towards harvest time. We often...

Pentecost Preparation for What’s Coming…

The biblical season of “Counting the Omer” happens between Passover and Pentecost. Pentecost in the Bible is known as the Feast of Weeks, Shavuot in...

The Context of Communion Matters

Guest blog by Greg Denham Communion has been called “The Grand Central Station of the Christian Faith”.  It’s commonly known as “the Lord’s Supper” or...

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Like the First Passover

The people of Israel are confined to their homes, waiting for the plague to pass... reminiscent of the very first Passover three and a...

The Torah – from a Messianic Jewish perspective

The term "Torah" is one of the most confusing and controversial terms in the Hebrew language. One word with the weight of a long history,...

The Interesting Connection Between Passover and the Coronavirus Plague

Passover night this year will be celebrated on April 8th, but the preparations begin way before that. The Bible tells us to clean out...