Eitan writes, "That’s why today when we read Isaiah 52, we stop in the middle of the chapter and the week after we jump straight to Isaiah 54. What happened to Isaiah 53, you might be wondering? That is exactly what this article is about."
Eitan writes, "The question of whether God “killed” Jesus is important, because it affects the way we see the character of God, which in turn affects the way that we relate to him."
"God works with Israel’s human fallenness, while taking them with baby steps toward His holy ideal. Therefore, the Sinai legislation makes moral improvements without completely overriding the social structures of their Ancient Near Eastern cultural context."
Eitan writes, "While some of us in the modern-day age have become used to thinking of sin as bad practices or actions taken against God’s law, the concept of “sin” is a much more profound and deep for me, than wrong doing or good deeds."
Eitan writes, "One of the reasons why the rabbis who lived at the time of Jesus rejected Him was that Jesus undermined their authority. Whereas they treated women as something trivial and almost completely worthless, Jesus broke both religious and social constructs..."
Most of us take the Western culture into which we were born for granted, without really understanding where it came from, or how it...
Refuting the Rabbinic fable about Jesus in the Talmud.
Zechariah's unbelievable and amazing prophecy from 6th Century BC about the coming crucifixion of Jesus the Messiah and of Israel's recognition of Jesus at...
Eitan writes, "Isn’t it prideful of us to claim that there is only one way to God? Don’t all paths lead to Him?"
Just as the first Messianic Jews refused to keep silent about their Messiah two thousand years ago, at our ministry we do not intend to slow our pace or to silence the public discussion about Yeshua just because of persecution.