Monthly Archives: October 2007

Responding to Dan

I’ve no idea who Dan is, since he’s not using his full name. His comments are strong, you might even say rude. Well, a little shock value is good for blogging numbers anyway, so it’s not that I mind exactly. … Continue reading

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On Long Comments

Note to everybody: Please keep comments shorter. If you write them on a word processor first, consider 700 words to be max. The thing is, if your comments are too long, people might not read them. My blog might get … Continue reading

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Torah, Israel, and the Nations: Part 3

Well, the dialogue is growing. I can tell from the number of readers I am getting that the relationship of Torah to non-Jews is a subject of interest. So much fuzzy thinking has been propagated on this topic, I don’t … Continue reading

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Torah, Israel, and the Nations: Part 2

This is a series investigating the relationship of Torah to Israel and to non-Jews. I am defending the unpopular view of Judaism, that Torah was given to Israel and certain commands in Torah are Jewish identity markers, not for non-Jews … Continue reading

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Torah, Israel, and the Nations: Part 1

I frequently find myself losing popularity rapidly whenever I broach the subject of non-Jews and their relation to Torah. I will not try to delineate here or summarize the many pseudo-Messianic movements out there that love Torah but think Israel … Continue reading

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The Truth About the Sacrifices

I spoke last night at a Christian Ladies’ Bible Study. I love speaking to Ladies’ Bible Study groups. I get to speak in about 50 churches a year, which I also enjoy. But the commitment level of women who attend … Continue reading

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Torah and Tradition, Answering Criticism Pt. 5

Finally, we reach our last installment of answering the critical comments offered by Charles. It has been a lot of fun and, most of all, I hope it has helped people question cherished assumptions. Assumptions can be the greatest enemy … Continue reading

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