The World of the Gospels
In the Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels, names of people and places are presented in Hebrew. This immediately alerts the reader that the world of the Gospels is a place and time with different cultural and religious surroundings. This brings a fresh perspective that allows you to see the story of Yeshua in a new way.
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Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels[28 Videos]
Love for God and Fellow
Paul Philip Levertoff, a Jewish believer from a Chasidic family with a classical, Yeshivah education, summarizes the complex, esoteric teachings of Chasidic Judaism for the purpose of comparison and contrast with apostolic theology. Pervaded by real spiritual beauty!
Many commentators and teachers interpret Paul from a supersessionist viewpoint whereby the Holy Spirit’s role supersedes that of the Torah/Law. In all fairness, Romans 7 is famously complex. However, it does not need to be understood in a supersessionist manner. The text can also be interpreted with an understanding of Paul’s affirmation of the Torah.