SORT BY Relevancy
There are a lot of words the Bible uses that people today have no idea what they mean. Try this experiment: ask ten non-Christian friends what the word "gospel" means. Tell them, "I don't mean the music; I mean the message the the music celebrates. What's the message?" Changes are, they won't be able to tell you. But some words, everyone seems to know what they mean. Take the word "scapegoat" for example. Yet most people don't know the origin of the word. It's a Jewish concept, and it was first used to mean a literal goat that was executed in place of guilty people. Tonight we'll talk about its origins, on "Jewish Roots", an Internet pod-cast live talk radio show. Your host, Rev. Rick Anderson, each Thursday night 9:30 pm, EST. To call with a question or comment: 347-324-5759.
Dr. Brant Pitre uses the Hebrew Scriptures and Jewish tradition to frame the actions of Jesus at the Last Supper, and to provide a fresh look at the heart of Catholic practice--the Eucharist. By taking us back to the Jewish roots of our faith, Dr. Pitre gives us a powerful lens through wich to see anew the bread of the presence, the manna, the Last Supper, and ultimately the meaning of the Eucharist. Lighthouse Catholic Media
"The best historical explanation of the Eucharist I've ever heard!" John - Waco TX
Jeremy Pinsely is a good southern boy. Born in Tennessee and went to college in Georgia. He loves football and BBQ. All that's standard. Here's where it gets interesting........he's Jewish. Which led to some interesting exchanges from his friends growing up. He tells all to James, Benjy, and Supertramp (Aaron).
Follow @thebestofbs @jameslmattern @imaaronfriedman @JerBearPinsly and @standupnylabs.
Use promo code LUST at www.StandUpNY.com for 2-for-1 tickets to Stand Up NY.
Visit www.StandUpNYLabs.com to listen to all our other great podcasts.
Dr Chaps reports on the important issues:
* President Obama halts the shipment of Hellfire missiles to Israel, even while he sends $400 million to the Palestinian Authority.
* Exclusive interview with Bill Federer who explains the history of Jewish political activism in America that helped Israel.
A study of the work by Arnold S Leese titled 'My Irrelevant Defence: being Meditations Inside Gaol and Out on Jewish Ritual Murder' (1938)
About Arnold Leese
March of the Titan's Chapter IV: Racial strains from outside Europe
The Handwriting On the Wall
Talk to 5 people on the street and ask them what the phrase "The Handwriting On the Wall" means. They'll have some idea because it's become part of American colloquialism. But ask them where its from or what the original context was, and they won't be able to tell you. This Thursday, we'll deal with what the phrase really means, and it's historic context when first spoken: when the prophet Daniel was summoned before the last Babylonian emperor Beshazzar, who was so frightened by what he saw that his knees knocked together convulsively. Tune in and take notes! Your host, Rev. Rick Anderson on Jewish Roots, each Thursday night 9:30 pm, at www.blogtalkradio.com/fougcrew. To call in with a question on comment: 347-324-5759.
Jewish they are and we are warned about not giving heed to them. Listen in and see iff you are deluded by any fables of the jewish variety.
Teaching, truth, love and the bible - Welcome to The University Of The Painful Truth -
Do your calls, have sence and learn, about your self....
Yeshua, Jesus, prophecy, assembly, end times, deliverance, Preaching and teaching the Bible from its Hebrew perspective. Call ins and questions welcomed.
in Self Help
Rosh Hashanah is a two-day celebration of the Jewish New Year. Eight days after that, we have Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, Thus, the High Holidays are these two different holidays, separated over the course of 10 days. On Yesterday's show, we had trivia questions and riddles, designed to give you an overview of these holidays. Carla Lynne Hall, who is not Jewish, was our special guest and she did great! http://www.tobtr.com/s/6944503
Today, Carla Lynne Hall is back with us as we delve into gratitude, reflection and forgiveness, notable for this solemn time for Jews and for people of all religions anytime. As Carla will tell you, you don't have to be Jewish to appreciate the Jewish traditions, the holidays, and this special show.
Christ in the Passover
"The Last Supper", that famous painting by Leonardo Da Vinci, shows Christ and the disciples eating a meal at a long table in straight-backed chairs. But most Christians aren't aware that they didn't just sit down and have a supper. Oh no! This was a Seder. Our Jewish friends could tell us a thing or two about Seders. This was a specialized ritual meal, eaten every year at Passover, commemorating the exodus from Egypt. A lot of Christians don't even know that their communion "bread and wine" came right from this Seder's observance. And another thing: those disciples? They didn't sit on straight-backed chairs, either. This Thursday night, we'll look at what actually happened at that "Last Supper". It's a fascinating slice of history and culture that few realize. Tune in and take notes! Your host: Rev. Rick Anderson on Jewish Roots, each Thursday 9:30 pm, EST at blogtalkradio.com/fougcrew. Or listen LIVE through Twitter, LinkedIn, GooglePlus, or www.facebook.com/fougcrew. To call with a question or comment: 347-324-5759. For archived shows and speaking engagements:www.scripturesdramatized.com