Not a Noahide

I periodically “lurk” in a private Facebook group for “Messianic Gentiles.” I was actually surprised to have access to this group, but discovered that a friend of mine, who was already a member, added me as a member as well (I guess ordinary group members can add […]

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If Only Abraham had Obeyed

One of the worst feelings of powerlessness one can feel comes from watching all the horror occurring all around the world and not being able to do anything to stop it. That was how I felt as I watched the news in Paris that horrible late Friday […]

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Revealing Something Deeper

Revealing Something Deeper

Parashat Vayigash Redemption, divine mediation, and messianic hope. These are just a few of the themes gleaned from this week’s Torah portion. However, there are two particularly profound incidents that are worth exploring in greater depth – the emotional telling of Judah’s willingness to substitute himself for his […]

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