Monthly Archives: January 2007

El Shaddai and HaShem (Shabbat Meditation)

Hope many of you are settling down for Shabbat (the Sabbath). We have delightful smells coming from the kitchen. The house is quiet before the big night. Shabbat soup, chicken, wheat challah, and other foods will soon be eaten. It … Continue reading

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A Quotation (In Place of an Article)

I’ve had a crazy-busy week with appointments and extra studying for a class I’m taking at the Messianic Jewish Theological Institute from Dr. Mark Kinzer (mjti.org). So, while I am still reading Amy-Jill Levine’s The Misunderstood Jew, I keep have … Continue reading

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Pt. 2: Musings on Levine New Book, Ch. 1

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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Musings on Levine’s New Book, Introduction

This begins a series musing on and, to some degree, reviewing 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 … Continue reading

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Incarnation: Is it Jewish?

Today I will share a thought from Orthodox Jewish theologian Michael Wyschogrod. His recommended books include Abraham’s Promise and The Body of Faith. He is very biblical and prioritizes the Bible over tradition. His thought sometimes approaches Messianic Judaism, but … Continue reading

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A Thought About Messianic Jewish Prayer and a Prayer

I’m offering two things for your reading today. First, I want to pass on a thought about Messianic Jewish prayer that made an impact on me at this year’s Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations conference (umjc.net). Then I want to … Continue reading

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Wyschogrod on Jewish Distinction and Christianity

Hate to make excuses, but I have been pulled in twenty directions at once this week. Want to make sure those who check the blog get something worth looking at often (daily if I can). So, I’ll rely on what … Continue reading

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