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Anochi? The Torah is like the Sea?

Two interesting questions. I have always loved this picture and I have had it on my computer screen for a few years. But I only learned two fascinating truths it reflects this past week. Artwork by Israeli artist Baruch Nachshon

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Torah – the Bread of Life

TORAH – the BREAD OF LIFE The Torah, or the first revelation of the Word of God in a communal form, was given by God at Sinai. The account in Genesis tells us that a form of the Word was in existence

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Numbers – A Bird’s Eye View

The Hebrew name of this fourth book  of the Torah – Numbers –  is Bamidbar, which literally means ‘In the Wilderness’. We can recall Genesis, B’reisheet – In the Beginning. We also remember that the second book of Torah, Shemot,

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Deuteronomy – Devarim – A Bird’s Eye View

Enjoy an overview of the amazing final book of the Torah – Deuteronomy / Devarim – Words. “May the LORD, the God of your fathers, increase you a thousand-fold more than you are and bless you, just as He has promised you!”(Deuteronomy

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HOPE and HARPS – The Promise

HOPE – Tikvah THE PROMISE OF HOPE The greatest miracle of history in our times, in all likelihood, is the restoration of God’s Promised Land to His people, the descendents of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The implications of that miracle,

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Was Paul a Christian? ~ Keren Hannah

* In answer to my question, Pamela Eisenbaum, of the Hebrew University and now a professor of biblical studies at Iliff School of Theology in Denver, Colorado, boldly states on the cover of her book (excerpted above): Paul was not

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TEFILLIN / Phylacteries

TEFILLIN / PHYLACTERIES Anyone who does not know the meaning of these ritual items and has seen an observant Jew wearing tefillin when he prays – a small black box strapped to his forehead and shiny black leather straps wound around his

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