A Messianic Jewish Perspective on Kashrut. Revealing the Biblical Sources of Dietary Laws in Judaism
There is much more to the Bible’s food laws than saying, "Hold the bacon." Learn what the Bible, ancient Rabbis, and the Apostles teach about eating. Did Jesus put ham, shrimp, and snails back on the table? See how a Messianic Jewish perspective provides important cultural context and uncovers the true meaning of New Testament passages about eating. Find out what it really means to eat biblically.
A VISUAL EXPLORATION OF ‘BIBLICALLY KOSHER’ A Supplement to the Book, Biblically Kosher.
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This supplement beautifully illustrates the key ideas of the book, Biblically Kosher, by using excerpts from the book, Scripture passages, and eye-popping photography, all presented in a classy glossy format. It also offers in a nutshell the key ideas of keeping kosher from a Messianic Jewish perspective and produces a spiritual hunger for more information, which "Biblically Kosher" can ably satisfy.
Buy this pictorial supplement to the book, Biblically Kosher, to provide some visual examples and to stimulate conversation or get friends interested in the topic.
Vine of David presents the story of Abram (Bram) Poljak, pioneer of the Messianic Jewish movement, told in his own words. Follow the dramatic story of the pivotal character of twentieth-century Messianic Judaism as he flees the Gestapo, labors for Messianic Jewish refugees, battles with missionaries, endures internment, survives the blitz, witnesses the War of Independence, establishes Messianic communities in Israel, Switzerland, Germany, and France, and commits himself on a mission to redeem the German people for the sin of the Holocaust. An amazing trip through history and the story of a hero of faith for today.
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