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The Christian Temple where the Jewish roots of Christianity have restored

The Christian Temple where the Jewish roots of Christianity have restored   I visited and studied this place Israel’s Galilee a few years ago. I encourage everybody, first the Jews and Christians who believe in incompatibility of the two faiths, visit this place to assure themselves that the fundamental God’s Judeo-Christian morality is the important uniting virtueContinue reading “The Christian Temple where the Jewish roots of Christianity have restored”

Understanding the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:2-17 NKJV)

Understanding the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:2-17 NKJV) 1          “I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. You shall have no other gods before Me. Understanding the First Commandment *God (that is the Ten Commandments and their derivatives) is the only source forContinue reading “Understanding the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:2-17 NKJV)”

“Invite a Muslim for Shabbat” – why not a Christian?

  Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld at Jewish Journal in “Invite a Muslim for Shabbat”:   It will be a very long time before I forget the news I heard this week of a 5-year-old Muslim child handcuffed at Dulles Airport on Saturday because he was deemed a security threat. … This past Monday night my wifeContinue reading ““Invite a Muslim for Shabbat” – why not a Christian?”

Lessons of Obama presidency: the roots and upbringing define governance 

We are sure Vladimir Putin’s roots as a KGB man and his upbringing in a corrupt post-Soviet Russian system define his governance – what is Good for him, what is Bad for him, and how to apply force to enhance Good and suppress Bad. We may not like all that but at least we believeContinue reading “Lessons of Obama presidency: the roots and upbringing define governance “

The Jews should celebrate Christmas as a Torah victory over paganism

From the news media: The Jerusalem rabbinate has called on hotels in the city not to erect Christmas trees or host New Year’s Eve parties, according to a letter addressed to hotel managers and signed by the two chief rabbis of Jerusalem. The letter stated: “As the secular year ends we want to remind youContinue reading “The Jews should celebrate Christmas as a Torah victory over paganism”

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