Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri, The Rabbi Who Found Messiah

Background Last few days via YouTube suggestions, watched a video. In the video, the narrator brought up the name of Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri. This particular narrator attributed a prophecy that is possibly been fulfilled to Rabbi Kaduri. I sought to see if there are others who attribute same to the Rabbi. Have yet to conclude … Continue reading Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri, The Rabbi Who Found Messiah

The Loving Decision

Background June 13th, 2017 50 years ago [ today ], the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Loving -- Mildred and Richard Loving, who successfully sued the state of Virginia, forcing it to recognize their interracial marriage. That landmark case overturned laws against interracial marriages all across the country.   Videos The { } … Continue reading The Loving Decision

Messiah Ben Joseph

Background This is a subject that I will rather not touch, but it is an interesting one that has very low YouTube hits.   Introduction Chris White There is a relatively straight to the point Christian that I found on YouTube. He has an interesting take on the Rapture.  He believes in something called Prewrath … Continue reading Messiah Ben Joseph

Rabbi Michael Skobac

Background I have a keen interest in Apologetic.  That interest was seeded by Ravi Zacharias & Michael Ramsden at RZIM. And, aided by others such as J.P. Moreland @ Biola University. Ravi Zacharias Ravi Zacharias can make anything sound good, plausible, and easy to understand and follow.   Michael Ramsden Michael Ramsden, can as well.  … Continue reading Rabbi Michael Skobac

How much Judaism does Christianity need?

Background As I took in more of the work of Jonathan Cahn, the writer of "The Harbinger", I was again distracted by the discussion of who is a great Messianic Jew and who is not. This particular post listed Dr. Michael Brown has one of the good ones. The full quote is here: "The only … Continue reading How much Judaism does Christianity need?

Kingdom Of David & Solomon, The Bible’s Secrets Explained

Prelude I have said often that I like Youtube.  And, that asymmetric gratefulness was further extended yesterday. Watching a couple of videos, I learnt a lot more about Archaeology. Words stay with me, such as "Archaeology is a destructive science". Archaeology is a destructive science Methods of Gathering Data Link "Believe it or not archaeologists … Continue reading Kingdom Of David & Solomon, The Bible’s Secrets Explained