Monthly Archives: January 2007

What is a good way to say it?

Just finished my final exam today for “The Shape of Messianic Jewish Theology,” a class I am taking online and through DVD from the Messianic Jewish Theological Institute (mjti.org). MJTI is associated with the UMJC (umjc.net). It was a tough … Continue reading

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Pt 5: Thoughts From Levine’s 3rd Chapter

This is part of a series of blogs on Amy-Jill Levine’s The Misunderstood Jew, just released by Harper San Francisco. Amy-Jill Levine teaches New Testament at Vanderbilt and is an Orthodox Jew, though a progressive and a feminist (how’s that … Continue reading

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Sabbath Meditation: Strangers and Natives

Okay, it’s about to be Shabbat. If you are observant, I hope you have laid out your best white tablecloth, set up your candles, and gotten ready your challah loaf and bottle of Manischewitz Concord Grape (or any suitable Merlot … Continue reading

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Brief Thought: Soulen and the SCN

Those interested in hearing more about Amy-Jill Levine’s The Misunderstood Jew, please be patient. I will get more on here about it. I have so much other reading I have to do for my final exam and for some freelance … Continue reading

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Jacob (James) the Brother of Messiah

Here is a topic-du-jour not related to the Amy-Jill Levine book, which we will continue to review and discuss in future posts. The subject of James came up in my life yesterday as I was writing a freelance assignment. I … Continue reading

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Pt 4: An Issue from Levine’s 2nd Chapter

This is part of a series of blogs on Amy-Jill Levine’s The Misunderstood Jew, just released by Harper San Francisco. Amy-Jill Levine teaches New Testament at Vanderbilt and is an Orthodox Jew, though a progressive and a feminist (how’s that … Continue reading

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Pt 3: A Question from Levine’s Second Chapter

This is part of a series of blogs on Amy-Jill Levine’s The Misunderstood Jew, just released by Harper San Francisco. Amy-Jill Levine teaches New Testament at Vanderbilt and is an Orthodox Jew, though a progressive and a feminist (how’s that … Continue reading

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