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Jesus, Savior, God; the Name Question | rb-110414-name-question
Jesus, Savior, God; the Name Question has answers about biblical Hebrew from scholars like Dr. Mike Heiser and Dr. Michael Brown. We also have Asher Intrater's book "Who ate lunch with Abraham", but we also have scripture itself. All this to answer some basic Jesus, Yeshua questions that in today's society have many believers wondering about.
So, to every English-speaking believer I say: Do not be ashamed to use the name JESUS! That is the proper way to say his name in English—just as Michael is the correct English way to say the Hebrew name mi-kha-el and Moses is the correct English way to say the Hebrew name mo-sheh. Pray in Jesus’ name, worship in Jesus’ name, and witness in Jesus’ name. And for those who want to relate to our Messiah’s Jewishness, then refer to him by His original name Yeshua—not Yahshua and not Yahushua—remembering that the power of the name is not in its pronunciation but in the person to whom it refers, our Lord and Redeemer and King...Dr. Michael Brown
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In this episode, I will analyze Rashi's viewpoint on the Jewish claim to Israel, which I see as important. Right now, we see arguments in the secular world about whether the land belongs to the Jews or the Arabs. With that, Palestinianism has managed to dupe the world into supporting their struggle to wipe Israel off the map. And with that, supporters of Israel [at least the more right-wing ones like myself] counter with historical facts; about the fact that Palestinians were never a people and that Israel merely defended its existence from Arab agression. Also included is the historical claims Jews have to Israel. However, here is what Rashi, one of the greatest commentators has to say about the Jewishness of Israel:
"Because of [the verse] 'The strength of His works He related to His people, to give them the inheritance of the nations' (Ps. 111:6). For if the nations of the world should say to Israel, 'You are robbers, for you conquered by force the lands of the seven nations [of Canaan],' they will reply, 'The entire earth belongs to the Holy One, blessed be He; He created it (this we learn from the story of the Creation) and gave it to whomever He deemed proper When He wished, He gave it to them, and when He wished, He took it away from them and gave it to us.'"
So there you go. For ultimately, Israel does not belong to the Jewish people in the same sense that America does not belong to the American people. The world and the universe belong to God. Israel belongs to the Jews because God says so. It's God's desicion about which land belongs to which people. God gave Israel to the Jews as part of the covenant between God and Israel. Peoples have the nations they have because God permitted it or decreed it. So tune in and listen.
This week on SOTT Talk Radio we're talking with Gilad Atzmon, world-renowned Jazz musician, essayist, and author. Touring the world with the Orient House Ensemble he founded in London in 2000, Atzmon is an outspoken critic of Israel's policies, not least towards the Palestinians and neighbouring countries.
Born in Israel and grandson to an early Zionist 'freedom fighter', to say that Atzmon's insights about Israel and 'The Jewish Question' have raised a few hackles would be an understatement! Despite receiving support from such high-profile public figures as U.S. academic John Mearsheimer and U.N. Special Rapporteur Richard Falk, Atzmon's book The Wandering Who? A Study of Jewish Identity Politics has been roundly condemned in Western media.
Accused of being 'anti-semitic' and a 'self-hating Jew', Atzmon counters his critics by continuing to shed light on the strong taboo against questioning Israel or the involvement of high-profile Jewish figures in global 'big power games'.
We hope you'll join us for our discussion with Atzmon this Sunday 20th of April. Please note that we’re broadcasting at a different time this week, two hours later than usual: from 4-6pm EST (1pm-3pm PST, 10pm-12am CET, 9-11pm GMT).
Discussion of "The Israel of God" by Peter Goodgame. The Jews still have promises to claim by virtue of their Jewishness.
Current events and Biblical prophecy. Things are continuing to stack up around the world as we witness daily events that match the signs Jesus told us to watch for that would herald His soon return.
Because the program must be pre-recorded, I can't take your phone calls. If you want to call in, contact me via email: visit the HOMEWORK page and click on the link.
Current events - Biblical prophecy - tracking the signs of the last days - encouragement - "sermonettes for Christianettes" -
Music: I Believe by One Word -
Scriptures: Romans 8-11 -
Cures for churchianity - gifts for listeners ("Anakypto Gives Back") - homework - and an occasional dash of subtle Piedmont humor ...
I decided to have an interesting show; where I give out the Torah position on Israel's Jewish character, which was articuled by Rashi's commentary on the book of Breishit [Genesis]. However, I called in late. And my phone cut me off while I was in archive, leaving me unable to call in. Therefore, I decided to continue with the show.
Co-Host of the Zola Levitt Television program, Myles Weiss, talks with Ron Cantor about his book, "Identity Theft: How Jesus was Robbed of His Jewishness," and why Jews can believe in Jesus.Then in the second half, Sharon Hughes interviews Joel Rosenberg on his latest book, "Damascus Countdown" and the threat of a nuclear Iran/No. Korea.
Part 2 of Author Ron Cantor's sermon " Identity Theft".
Make sure you purchase " Identity Theft by Ron Cantor on amazon kindle, Amazon.com for the paperback edition as well.
Identity Theft! How Jesus (YESHUA) was robbed of His Jewishness!
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Gilad Atzmon is a jazz musician and author born in Israel in 1963. His new book 'The Wandering Who' discusses Jewish identity and how it is tied up with some of today’s most difficult and contentious issues. A Study of Jewish Identity Politics, is to open up many of these issues for discussion. He examines Jewish identity politics and Jewish contemporary ideology using both popular culture and scholarly texts. Since Israel defines itself openly as the ‘Jewish State’, we should ask what the notions of Judaism, Jewishness, Jewish culture and Jewish ideology stand for. Atzmon analyses secular Jewish political and cultural discourse, both Zionist and anti Zionist. He looks at the Jewish political attitude towards history and time, the role of the holocaust, anti-gentile ideologies, Jewish pressure groups, Zionist lobbying and more. In this interview we also compare the treatment of Palestinians by the Israeli regime to the treatment of Jews by Nazi Germany, Gilad also explains some of the many nuances of the situation.
My interview with Gilad Atzmon, jazz musician and author born in Israel in 1963. His new book 'The Wandering Who' discusses Jewish identity and how it is tied up with some of today’s most difficult and contentious issues. A Study of Jewish Identity Politics, is to open up many of these issues for discussion. He examines Jewish identity politics and Jewish contemporary ideology using both popular culture and scholarly texts. Since Israel defines itself openly as the ‘Jewish State’, we should ask what the notions of Judaism, Jewishness, Jewish culture and Jewish ideology stand for. Atzmon analyses secular Jewish political and cultural discourse, both Zionist and anti Zionist. He looks at the Jewish political attitude towards history and time, the role of the holocaust, anti-gentile ideologies, Jewish pressure groups, Zionist lobbying and more.
Congregation Kol Simchah, the Voice of Joy in Tucson, is a welcoming congregation. We consider ourselves family in the best sense of the word - caring about each other and wanting the best for all concerned. We are joyous in our approach to life and to our Jewishness. We celebrate our traditions and seek to make them part of our everyday lives in ways that are both meaningful and enhancing to ourselves and others. We sing for Shabbat on Friday evenings and on Saturdays. We learn together, we share simchahs and we support each other through tough times. We are family. Our services are relaxed and somewhat informal, seeking to be a "large livingroom" style. You can listen in through remote listening and we often live-stream our services through Cyber Judaism. Services are held at the Masonic Lodge (Tucson Lodge #4) at 3590 N Country Club (SE corner Prince) unless otherwise noted.