Spices, salt and stones – apostolic foundations and the Jewish people

  Jewish spice – a little dab’ll do ya Some people look upon the subject of Hebrew roots as a marketing strategy. Others truly are interested in the Jewish perspective on the Gospels. More than a handful see it as akin to a food additive – a ‘hamburger helper’ which will spice up a bland […]

Drinking the cup of poison

In The Princess Bride, Vizzini and the Dread Pirate Roberts are involved in a duel to the death (https://wiki.c2.com/?BattleOfWits). The burning question is this: into which goblet did Roberts slip the deadly iocaine powder (an imaginary substance)? During their verbal sparring Vizzini philosophizes, “Are you the sort of man who would put the poison into […]

Happy prophetic New Year!

“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth should change and though the mountains slip into the heart of the sea – though its waters roar and foam, though the mountains quake at its swelling pride (Psalm 46:1-3) The Jewish people’s history is flecked with tragedy and shakings. Moyshe Rabbenu’s (Moses’) curses of […]

Passover plagues and the God of the Hebrews

Many people are acquainted with the Passover story. Some have even watched the ‘The Ten Commandments’ movie and its dramatic depiction of the Ten Plagues – a Hollywood moment to remember. Right now the entire world is having a ‘Passover moment.’ Like the Hebrew slaves in Egypt on that first Passover night, the families of […]

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