The Law and Love, Part 1
Yahnatan Lasko, a Jewish believer from Maryland, presents an insight into the second chapter Paul Philip Levertoff's book Love and the Messianic Age. Drawing on his own experience as a Jewish believer, Lasko expresses how a genuine person of faith can draw near to God by cultivating what Levertoff describes as a longing to "become a Living Torah".
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Learning from Levertoff[12 Videos]
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The Primordial Light
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.
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Selected Writings of Rabbi Isaac Lichtenstein
The Everlasting Jew
Rabbi Isaac Lichtenstein (1825-1908), serving as a district rabbi in Hungary, had an encounter with the Gospel that changed his life. He became an outspoken disciple of Yeshua, but remained faithful to Torah. The Everlasting Jew is a new collation of his inspiring writings.
Did Christmas Originate with Hanukkah?
Many believe Christmas to have solely pagan roots that were re-purposed by early Gentile Christians. Messianic Jewish luminary Theophilus Lucky has a different, interesting take on the theory of Christmas’ origins. Lucky believes that the birth of Messiah was celebrated every year at Hanukkah on the 25th of Kislev.