Some claim Hanukkah is not found in the Bible.
Anyone who has been in Hebrew Roots for a while is likely to have run across someone who claims Thanksgiving--like Christmas and Easter--is pagan.
Syncretism: The Tree of Good & Evil (Why Christians Should Not Celebrate Christmas & Easter) Syncretism is the combination of differing beliefs (especially religious) in which customs merge.
YOM KIPPUR by Julia Glattfelt Now that you are discovering that the Feasts of YHVH are for all who love the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the idea of Yom Kippur might take some adjustment.
In the fall of 1986, although God had been pursuing me since my childhood, He finally got my attention.
Is Grace A Licence To Sin? Or Is It God's Power To Overcome Sin? by Christine Egbert Nearly two millennia ago, the author of Jude urged those to whom he wrote to earnestly contend for the faith that was once delivered to the saints.
Deity Of Yeshua: Son of God/Son of Man Beware of the false doctrine propagated by some in the Hebrew Roots movement which denies that the Messiah, Yeshua, is deity.
Many of my articles since returning to the old paths, where Yahweh said the good way is (Jer 6:16), have focused on contending for the faith once delivered to the saints, in which I frequently rebut claims that “Jesus nailed the TORAH to the cross.
Have you ever met a ‘Born-Again Christian?’ What are they like? Are they overflowing with joy? I have met some who are, and I wonder at the reason behind their sense of happiness.
Books and movies about Christians going to heaven as soon as they die are quite in vogue.
Many in the Constantinian-Christian Church interpret Scripture with a Western/Greek mindset.
There is one story that is a traditional tale told as part of the Passover observance.
This is an article that I don’t really want to write.
In Deuteronomy 12:30 Yah’s people are warned not to be snared into worshiping Him the way pagan nations worship their gods.
Matthew chapter 4 gives an account of the temptations Satan offered to Yeshua following his mikveh in the Jordan River.
Learning that the roots of the Christian faith are Hebraic has opened up a whole new understanding.
Worship, Spirituality, Salvation, and Prayer I just finished reading an excellent book by Brad Scott, titled: Let This Mind Be In You.
A couple of years ago I wrote an article titled Swine’s Blood On The Altar in which I contrasted the differences in diet and the digestion process between cows and pigs.
Many of you that visit Facebook probably have seen many Christmas memes posted.
I find myself in agreement with Scrooge! You all know the story of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.
We who have returned to our Hebrew Roots just celebrated Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, known also as the Season of our JOY, for Yah commands in his WORD that we are to rejoice before him for eight days, and rejoice, we did.
There is a passage in Acts 15 that I have read many times and never really took in what it was saying.
In its final and most virulent strain, Anti-Semitism is once again pandemic.
There is a repeating pattern in Psalms 107.
If I had to choose a theme song for what has come to be known as the Hebrew Roots Movement, it would be Days of Elijah.
Today, almost everyone is walking around in a perpetual state of being offended.
The Roman Catholic Church, and all of her subsequent daughters in Protestantism, believe that Yeshua (Jesus) declared Peter to be the ‘rock’ and gave him the ‘keys’ of the kingdom.
Three things seem to confuse the body of believers when it comes to the Holy Spirit (Hebrew: Ruach Kodesh).
Dispensational theology likes to draw a false distinction between Israel and the Church.
The scripture cited most often by pre-tribulation rapture theorists as proof that the so-called church will be snatched away to Heaven before the tribulation begins is 1Th 4:16-17.