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 →
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Oh yes! New Messianic music to increase your joy during these High Holy Days:
Paul Wilbur – Selah
This is a beautiful instrumental album from perhaps the most well-known Messianic musician. I’m certain you all will enjoy this peaceful, soothing melodic take on the psalms and Scripture. ♥
If you enjoy this holy music, I encourage you in the Lord to support Messiah’s musicians: you can purchase this album here or donate to Messiah’s Music Fund . Thanks, friends.
Enjoy this holy new music for King Messiah as you celebrate the King’s Feasts! Happy Rosh Hashana/Yom Teruah, dear friends! L’shana tova to you all in Yeshua the Lord!
For our weekly apologetic meeting, we hosted Dr. Darrell Bock who has earned recognition as a Humboldt Scholar (Tübingen University in Germany), is the author of over 40 books, including well-regarded commentaries on Luke and Acts and studies of the… Continue reading →
Nineteen years ago jihadi terrorists attacked America. Four jet-liners rammed into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and a Pennsylvania field murdering 2,996 civilians. Fifteen of the nineteen Islamist hijackers were Saudis. At that time Saudi official sources denied any Saudi involvement. Instead they blamed Israel and the Zionists for the 9/11 attacks: On June […]
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In Alex Rosenberg’s The Atheist’s Guide to Reality, he attempts to demonstrate why science is “our exclusive guide to reality.” Here, Rosenberg attempts to provide a neat synopsis of life’s big questions, along with what he considers to be scientifically reliable answers.… Continue reading →
When it comes to the Christian faith, there is no doctrine more important than the resurrection of Jesus. Biblical faith is not simply centered in ethical and religious teachings. Instead, it is founded on the person and work of Jesus.… Continue reading →
One of the most popular articles on the JewsNews website is an article called Who exactly is the Jewish Moshiach (Messiah), and why is he so critical to the Jewish people? While Christians take the time to celebrate the Savior of the world,… Continue reading →
Introduction In discussions about the historicity of Jesus, it is common to start with the Gospels. But perhaps we need to back up and start with Paul. Paul was a very competent rabbi who was trained at the rabbinic academy… Continue reading →
As someone that reads a lot of apologetic literature, I was delighted to read this latest offering by Gregory Ganssle, Greg Ganssle is a philosopher with the Rivendell Institute and a lecturer in the philosophy department at Yale University. He… Continue reading →
Thanks to the wonderful resource Christian Apologetics Alliance for this resource. The following is an excerpt from Dr. Douglas Groothuis’ Christian Apologetics, chapter five, “Distortions of the Christian Worldview—Or the God I Don’t Believe In”. It is posted with Dr.… Continue reading →