Category Archive for: Confronting Mainstream Christians

Responding to Dr. Michael Brown on the Dietary Laws

Should Christians observe the dietary laws? Dr. Michael Brown recently gave his answer to this question in a short YouTube video. Since Dr. Brown is a highly respected theologian and Messianic Jewish/Christian apologist, I think it will be good to examine his arguments in light of biblical teaching on this topic. Like most evangelical Christians,…

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Books or Letters?

You know that the books of the new Testament are actually letters right? Now, have you ever considered why or to whom the books, or letters, of the New Testament, were written? These are questions I was once presented and had to look into for myself. My findings were interesting, and I want to share…

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Compromise: Is it Good or Bad?

What is Compromise? The word compromise has several definitions.  One of those definitions is an agreement or a settlement of a dispute that is reached by each side making concessions.  So is it a good thing to compromise or a bad thing?  That depends on what is being compromised.  In the context of marriage, friendship,…

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One, Two, Ten, 613, or The Spirit!

There are many discussions on what is instructed, commanded, or applicable for us today. You have probably heard that there is now only one commandment. Others will say there are only two commandments for us today. Many people in Christianity will claim there are Ten we are to follow while Judaism says the Ten Commandments…

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One Law for All

Many times we are told the law, or instructions of the Father were just for Israel and not for us today. You will hear this from the Jewish as well as the Christian perspective.  The Jewish thought is that someone who is not of Jewish decent should only obey the seven Noahide laws in found…

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Who are the Jews (Audio)

In this episode of The Revolution, Chris addresses the basics of why the Torah is not just for the Jewish people.  Also addressed is the past and present understanding of who is considered Jewish. Follow Along with the PowerPoint!

Christmas and Easter: The Two Holiest Days of the Year?

Traditionally in our culture many people celebrate Christmas and Easter to honor and worship God.  These two days are all most of us have ever known when it comes to Holy Days to honor God and his son.  Nearly every store, school, office, and church decorates and goes all out for these days every year. …

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The Truth About Stoning

Transcript (This transcript is provided for reference only.  It will likely contain grammar and spelling mistakes.) Hey what’s up guys? You know Stoning is a pretty misunderstood topic. Most people probably assume as soon as someone did something wrong people would bend down and grab the closest rock and go to town on the person…

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But Paul Said…

Yes, Yes, Yes “But Paul said…”   This is the start of a go-to phrase for many people when you bring up Torah, Law, or anything about following the Old Testament.  Some people may get mad at such a response, but I couldn’t agree more with that phrase.  Let’s examine some other “But Paul said…”…

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Who Are You Calling A Liar?

Do you do nice things for your spouse to get them to love you, or do you do nice things for your spouse because you love them?   This question should set the tone for this entire resource.     Do you believe this verse is true?   If you don’t, then you don’t believe…

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