Samson’s Stupid Riddle

By: Ethan As a nerdy kid I remember sitting in a pew tuning out the pastor and reading the story of Samson from my Bible. For me sermons were fine—for adults—but reading about figures like … Read More

Shabbat and the Son of Man

By: Jordan Y. When Friday evening falls on the city of Jerusalem, one can feel the holiness of the Sabbath. A “quiet” descends on the city like a light blanket, bringing peace that is hard … Read More

Look Up… Your Redemption Draws Near!

M. Rosen “Then He continued by saying to them, “Nation will rise against nation and kingdom against kingdom, and there will be great earthquakes, and in various places plagues and famines; and there will be … Read More

A Heavenly Sign: (Part 1)

By: Graham Keelan “And a great sign appeared in heaven” (Rev 12:1) Jerusalem has always been portrayed as the woman-in-waiting; clothed with the sun, crowned with the stars, the virgin bride of God. The time … Read More

The Genealogy of Yeshua בס”ד

By Baruch There are many genealogies in the Bible. It is important to realize that many of the genealogies are not solely for the purpose of revealing who begat whom. Often there is a theological … Read More

Discipleship: Copies of the Original, PART I

By Chris Suitt When they were hauled before the Sanhedrin, Peter and John, two of Yeshua’s disciples, gave a very courageous defense to the question, “By what power or what name do you do … Read More

You Gotta Serve Somebody

By Chris Suitt A number of years ago, during his “Christian” phase, Bob Dylan wrote a song called “Gotta Serve Somebody.” In this song, Dylan mentions all kinds of people, lifestyles, and professions. Yet the … Read More