Where we talk Torah to all who will hear. We do not concern ourselves with the personal faiths of others, only in the teaching relating to “good fruits” that those who are in covenant with the God of Abraham, Yitzaac and Yaacov are to bring out in their everyday lives. Those who would divide or destroy over things that pertain to “faith” are generally not welcome here. There are plenty of places for adversary to go, just not here.
Today Jodell and Jeff continue the discussion on the covenants of Abraham.
Today Jodell and Jeff discuss Abraham’s Covenants beginning with the first Covenant that involves a people and a place. And how God’s “Name” is to illicit “Trust” in our hearts.
Today we begin the pre-modern age of our current day Judaism. This is our first program in almost two months and the energy hasn’t been better. Join us in our newest discussion on what is the Oral Torah and Who is an Authority.
Today Jodell and I discuss the first part of the Abrahamic Covenant found in Gen 12-14. We also discuss Melki-Tzedek briefly since it was involved in the section of texts used in today’s discussion.
Today Jodell and Jeff discuss the Abrahamic covenants in an overview format. In preparation for the next couple of recordings where we will discuss each one in greater depth. in the overview we chat about the basic information for the three primary points of interest given within the Abrahamic dialogue with God.
Today, during our live presentation of our walk through Deuteronomy, we discuss Deuteronomy 30. During this presentation we discuss the expectations set within the Torah that, as per Deuteronomy 4 and 13, are mandated as fences for all subsequent prophets to follow. Is a “new” covenant allowed? What are some of the milestones that must occur in order for the restoration to be proclaimed. And did the second temple actually function as a valid, authoritative, place “where I shall place My name”.
Today we begin the process of winding down the Oral Torah series. Over the next several episodes, Yoel will bring out some of the more current practices and changes that have occurred within the practice of Oral Torah.
Today Jodell and Jeff discuss the Tower of Babel and how it fits within the timeline of the story of God with men as found in Genesis. We also discuss the introduction of Ivri/Eber, the first “Hebrew” and how Ivri became a household name for 4 thousands years. We hope that you enjoy this discussion.