Aaron Hecht

Aaron is a member of Jerusalem Assembly, House of Redemption. Aaron is a member of Jerusalem Assembly, House of Redemption.

Who has Authority over our lives?

Aaron writes, "With a Presidential Election coming up in the US, I’d like to take a shot at examining the spiritual lessons we can learn from this process of deciding who will soon have Executive authority in the world’s oldest democracy."

Pray for the Best, but Prepare for the Worst

Aaron writes, "[I want to] share some things that have been on my heart and mind lately regarding current (and perhaps near-term future) events in Israel."

Which Jesus do YOU follow?

Aaron writes, "What I want to address here is the issue of people who... completely re-invent a whole new “Jesus” to worship and follow."

A Different Aspect of the Authority of Scripture

Aaron writes, "Two Believers, both claiming to respect the authority of Scripture, will point to the same passage in the Bible and use it to support completely different, sometimes even mutually exclusive, conclusions. These different interpretations of the same passage of Scripture can have massive and eternal consequences."

A Response to the ‘Beyond Marriage’ 3-part series

Aaron writes, "After reading two out of three parts of this series, I was extremely bothered by many of the ideas offered by the authors. I shared my thoughts with others in the community, both men and women, who all felt the same way as me... Since there haven’t been any responses, I felt moved to respond."

Movie Review: Ben Hur (2016)

Aaron writes, "It is a miracle that Hollywood released a big budget movie which included such a positive portrayal of Jesus Christ, including word for word recitals of passages from the Gospels..."

The Authority of Scripture is a Red Line That Must Not be Crossed

Aaron writes, "To sum up, in order to be 'salt and light' in this world we need to be familiar with Scripture and we need to respect the Authority of Scripture..."

Matchmaker, Matchmaker, give me some feedback!

Aaron writes, "I got a LOT of feedback from that last essay. Obviously, this is a topic that needs to be explored and discussed and I'm glad I could get the ball rolling. So, I'm gonna share some of my thoughts on this subject and answer some of the questions people asked me."

Matchmaker, matchmaker, make me a match!

Aaron writes, "What I want to talk about in this essay is something that I haven’t seen anyone else talking about here (or, for that matter, anywhere else) and that is the difficulty young Israeli believers have in getting married to each other and starting families."