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The Book We Nearly Didn’t Publish

So far, I’ve gotten great feedback about our new book. That’s a big relief because, I have to admit, I felt a lot of hesitation over publishing, Adam Loves Eve. It’s not a very comfortable-feeling book. I know that some people won’t like it. It’s up-close and […]

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Dr. Gershon Nerel Speaks at the Bram Center

So often we consider the Messianic Jewish movement to have begun in the 1960s—in America. We think our movement is modern, a resurrection after 2,000 years of dormancy. However, this could not be further from the truth. Although the Messianic Jewish movement may not have been huge […]

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Abraham, Father of the Nations

Last week’s parashah was entitled Chayei Sarah (“the life of Sarah”) and opens with the account of Sarah’s death and burial. Sarah is called Sarah imeinu, “Sarah our mother” in Jewish tradition and is, of course, one of the matriarchs. It is through her womb that the […]

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