Monthly Archives: October 2007

Torah, Israel, and the Nations: Part 6

Thus far in this series, we’ve addressed evidence in the Torah that not all Torah commands apply directly to non-Jews. This is the official position of Judaism and the emerging position of Messianic Judaism. As has been observed in comments … Continue reading

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50,000 Views in 10 1/2 Months!

Theology blogs just aren’t the most popular. Theology blogs by writers who are lesser known are even less popular. Many thanks to those of you out there who care enough about theology and Messianic Judaism to check in regularly. On … Continue reading

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Torah, Israel, and the Nations: Part 5

In this continuing series, we are examining evidences that God never intended for non-Jews to keep all of Torah. I respect the heartfelt longing for Torah that many in the One Law or Torah revival movements feel (these are movements … Continue reading

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Coming Later Today

I know many of you check here daily or several times a week for new content. Thanks for faithfully reading. I will have a new post later today about Deuteronomy 14:21 and its bearing on the Gentiles in Messianic Judaism … Continue reading

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What are Non-Jews to Do?

Lamar wrote and asked what someone like himself is to do in the light of the reality of distinction between Jew and Gentile. If Torah is not directly binding on non-Jews, what to do? I am mindful that many non-Jews … Continue reading

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With All Due Respect to Simple Jew

Simple Jew is a friend. I appreciate his perspective. I get unique insights from his perspective. But I cannot agree with him in full. And now, I am going to briefly challenge some of his positions. First, I need to … Continue reading

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Torah, Israel, and the Nations: Part 4

We’re in a series about non-Jews and Torah. At least one reader asks why I am not discussing Jews in MJ at the moment. Well, that is an important topic. As it happens, non-Jews in MJ is also an important … Continue reading

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