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  • Shalom chaverim, As part of Messiah’s Music Fund , you fine Chavah listeners have donated $859 to Messiah’s musicians last month (May 2024). Thank you, fins Chavah fans! Here are the exact figures: $475 in monthly donations – from 61 individuals who donate monthly to Messiah’s Music Fund. A special thank you to new monthly […]
  • Sometimes the stout-hearted can learn from history. There are certainly enough examples which might grant wisdom to those who so desire. Indeed, the present superpower machinations and intrigue surrounding the Middle East – with the focus here on jihadi forces versus Israel – have some sobering lessons to impart, for those who have eyes to […]
  • The spinner of the Narnia tales, British author C.S. Lewis once said:   “The ancient man approached God (or even the gods) as the accused person approaches his judge. For the modern man, the roles are quite reversed. He is the judge; God is in the dock. [Man] is quite a kindly judge; if God […]
  • Shalom and chag sameach, fine Chavah listeners.  New music rolling out on the station today, fresh Messianic music from Israel. 3 albums in fact! Sarah Liberman – The Invitation (Hebrew) Sarah Liberman – The Invitation (Arabic) Sarah Liberman – The Invitation (Persian) A bit about this album and Sarah herself: Starting out as a pioneering […]
  • Given Paul’s  letters are the earliest records we have for Jesus, he is a very important component to the birth of the early Jesus movement. Well known New Testament scholar Dr. Bart Ehrman writes the following regarding Paul’s experience: It… Continue reading →
  • Tonight marks the onset of the Jewish Feast of Pentecost (a Greek word meaning ‘fiftieth’). The original Hebrew name for the holiday is Shavuot (‘weeks’), referring to the seven-week counting period between Passover and Pentecost – seven weeks of seven days each, culminating in the celebration of the holiday on the fiftieth day (Leviticus 23:15-21).    […]
  • Jesus Contradicted: Why the Gospels Tell the Same Story Differently by Michael R. Licona 266pp. Zondervan Academic, 2024. I have known Dr. Michael Licona for several years. I first came across his name when I read his book that he… Continue reading →
  • Introduction Can we trust eyewitness testimony? I have seen this conversation arise in my own outreach efforts. Perhaps you have as well. Generally speaking, testimony is one of those common sense beliefs that  we take for granted in the common… Continue reading →
  • Introduction Over the years, I have had the chance to talk to several Jewish people about spiritual issues. A common Jewish objection that I continue to hear is that Jewish people don’t believe that a human can be sacrificed for… Continue reading →
  • Saul of Tarsus – better known as Paul the Apostle – helps us in knowing how to apply principles in the Hebrew Scriptures to our own lives: “Now these things happened as examples for us, so that we would not crave evil things as they indeed craved them . . . Now these things happened to them as […]