Response to Peter Goodgame – Part 4: Yeshua and the Sabbath

Continuing our series addressing Peter Goodgame's arguments that keeping the Torah is contrary to the New Covenant based on Yeshua's own teachings and example, we'll begin by quoting Peter again: Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven: …

Response to Peter Goodgame – Part 3: Was Yeshua a Lawbreaker?

For the most part, I don't find a lot to comment on in the second section of Peter's article, though I do like a couple of his comments enough to want to lead off by repeating them: After the beatitudes when Jesus describes those who will be the most blessed by the arrival of the …

Response to Peter Goodgame – Part 2: The Kingdom of Heaven

Some time ago, I answered a post by Peter Goodgame on whether those under the New Covenant are supposed to keep the Torah. Well, that was part 1 of a series by Peter, and I never got around to checking back to see if another part had come out. Now that things are settling down …

Yes, Paul does teach that followers of Christ remain under the authority of the Law of Moses

Sometimes, it takes a bit of a challenge to draw me out of my current shell. For those of you who aren't up on my personal life, I've got another Bugg in the oven (a girl this time) and between getting ready for her arrival and three out of four of my computers being down, …

Common Mistranslations – Acts 21:20

Let's face it: Rendering a fully accurate, nuanced translation from one language to another is a Herculean task at the best of times, even if the languages come from the same family tree; e.g., Italian to Spanish. The task is made ten times more difficult when you have to translate between two completely unrelated languages, …

Blinded to the Torah: The Holy One’s Means to Preserve Israel

If you are a Christian, the last few weeks of posts may have been difficult to read through. Most Christians know in a vague way that the official Church and professing Christian nations persecuted the Jews. However, when Christians think of “the Jews,” they think only of those who rejected the claims of Christ and …