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Holidays

A Tale of Two Holy Days

May 17, 2018

12 Parallels Between Shavuot and Pentecost

Materialists claim that spirit doesn't exist at all. Dualists believe that both exist, but that the spirit world is wholly separate from and superior to the physical world. God, on the other hand, shows us a third way, by embedding every act of divine redemption in a physical matrix: real people, real times, real places.

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Holidays

Of Body and Spirit

May 16, 2018

Preparing for Pentecost (aka Shavuot)

Are you a spiritual person? If you're not sure, ask yourself if you've ever said or thought things like this...

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Holidays

The Lamb of Revelation

April 6, 2018

Passover Lamb Series, Part 3

It takes some effort to get our minds around the true form of Yeshua in the book of Revelation. In the first few chapters he appears as a "Son of Man" (that is, a human) with a white robe, a golden sash, bronze feet, and a voice like Niagara Falls. But when this visage disappears, we are led to assume that he will appear next as a lion—the Lion of the Tribe of Judah, to be exact (5:5). But no, his next entrance is far more diminutive: a "Lamb who was slain" limping to the throne of heaven.

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Miriam: Enemy of the State

December 27, 2017

A Mother's Song of Rebellion

Why is Miriam being lauded and venerated? For her passivity. For meekly submitting to the purpose of God in her life. For receiving the overshadowing of the Spirit. For going along with Yosef to Bethlehem. For guarding the "faithful child" to adulthood. Miriam is seen as a vessel through which God works. And the best kind of vessel is a passive one. But is this really what God was looking for in a mother for his Son? A pious wallflower with no will of her own?

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Holidays

The Last Seder of James: A Passover Story

February 16, 2018

A Sneak Peek of our Upcoming Book!

Our Father Abraham is pleased to announce the upcoming release of The Last Seder of James: A Passover Story, by Dr. Lon Wiksell and Ryan Wiksell.

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Holidays

The Lamb of Revelation

April 6, 2018

Passover Lamb Series, Part 3

It takes some effort to get our minds around the true form of Yeshua in the book of Revelation. In the first few chapters he appears as a "Son of Man" (that is, a human) with a white robe, a golden sash, bronze feet, and a voice like Niagara Falls. But when this visage disappears, we are led to assume that he will appear next as a lion—the Lion of the Tribe of Judah, to be exact (5:5). But no, his next entrance is far more diminutive: a "Lamb who was slain" limping to the throne of heaven.

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