Category Archives: Franz Delitzsch

Yeshua’s Prayer

In yesterday’s post, I was unable to put up links to the mp3 files for the newly written melody of the Avinu (Lord’s Prayer). I have the files uploaded and the links ready today (in this post and back in … Continue reading

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News: The Life and Sayings of Yeshua, a Jewish book

The Mishnah was compiled in 200 CE. The midrashim, the early ones, may have been compiled in the fifth century. The four books of the life and sayings of Yeshua called the gospels were compiled between 67 and 90 CE. … Continue reading

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Patience in Torah (Bible) Study

I had an experience this morning, returning to something I had laid aside long ago, that brought this topic to mind. To make a long story short, recently I dug my Keil-Delitzsch Commentary on the Old Testament out of its … Continue reading

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