Baptism

Baptism Represents Death and New Life We first read the word Baptism in the Greek New Testament.  Baptizo #907 is a verb meaning to submerge.  Immersion was not a foreign concept to the 1 Century religion of Judaism.  The Hebrew word Miqvah #4723 means a gathered reservoir or collection of (living) water.  Miqva'vot are used... Continue Reading →

Who Will Inherit Life After Death?

The Answer Made the Religious Leaders, "Gnash Their Teeth."  "Gnashing Teeth" is a Metaphor Revealing Anger. "The wicked (those who stray from the Path of Life) will see it and be angry, (kaas #3707) He will gnash his teeth, (out of anger) and wither away, (masas #4549);  The greed, (taavah #8378) of the wicked will... Continue Reading →

The Origin of Today’s Religions

Why All These Religious Divisions? "God is One,"  Moses put it in writing, and every Torah observant person on earth knew this phrase was referring to the entire "Shema," (hear and obey).  The Shema was on their heart, (memorized), and taught diligently to every child, while sitting in the house, when walking outside, before bed... Continue Reading →

The Israeli Palestinian Conflict

 We Went to Learn More About The Israeli Palestinian Conflict We thought traveling to Israel and Palestine, to meet with people living in the midst of this conflict, would give answers. "If we think we have answers, we may not even understand the question." Now I understand why we kept hearing this quote but I didn't... Continue Reading →

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