The Gospels fit within a Jewish context. Oral traditions, customs, and laws have played a key role in Judaism since ancient times and cannot be dismissed out of hand. Learn how the New Testament provides the oldest written record of many ancient Jewish traditions and customs that are practiced to this day.
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Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels[28 Videos]
There is no commandment in the Torah to light candles just before the Sabbath, and yet it is one of the most universal and beloved of our Jewish traditions. On a practical level, the candles enhance the joy and honor of the Sabbath by providing light and beauty.
Messianic Judaism in the Six-Day War
In Window on Mount Zion, Pauline Rose tells the story of how she saw her hope in the Bible’s prophecies vindicated. When the Six-Day War broke out, the Rose house fell into a war zone. This is the inspiring story of how one woman’s faith put her in the center of biblical prophecy.
On Passover night, we start singing the Hallel, stop and eat dinner, and then sing the rest. This pattern hints at how Moses started the redemption, but Messiah will finish it. A 900-year-old poem lists eleven ways that the future Messianic redemption will blow the exodus from Egypt out of the water.