This site is meant to be a place where questions can be asked and discussed about all facets of life, be it religion, politics, or lifestyle. No opinions will be censored as I believe that discussion of varying viewpoints is a backbone of free civilization.
The goal of this web site is to get people to read the Bible and think about what it is saying, both within its cultural and its own context, and to live by what it says! Topics are not just biblical, but about all of life’s issues. All blogs and discussions will be about living today per the word of the creator of all, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; the God of Yeshua (Jesus);
The moderators (myself included) and various guest authors will address the many questions and discussions from a perspective that promotes following the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. They will come from Hebrew, Jewish and Christian perspectives (and other backgrounds as the opportunities arise). Authors are listed in the ‘authors’ page.
All are welcome to comment on the posts and join in the discussions.
Ask questions! If you are a Christian and are wondering about Hebrew roots, Judaism, or Messianic Judaism, ask! If you are Jewish and are wondering what Christianity says or teaches, ask! Or if you don’t belong to those groups, but still want to comment or ask, go ahead!
The blog posts, comments, articles and discussions are deliberately kept short. Hopefully this keeps people interested and coming back. I, personally, don’t usually like reading long winded articles on topics, nor do I believe that discussing points from a Biblical perspective requires such. It is written, “But the word is very near you. It is in your mouth and in your heart, so that you can do it.” (Deuteronomy 30:12). It is possible to give short explanations.
Why start a new site when there are so many out there? Rabbi Yeshua (Jesus) preached unity. Unity between people in all aspects of life. Yet when I look at Christianity, what I see is a myriad of divisions and disregard for one another. This site is dedicated to helping us understand one another, and accept one another. In the words of Moses quoted by Rabbi Yeshua (Jesus), “Hear O Israel; The LORD out God, the LORD is one! You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might.”
I have found that when one lives by the Word of God, one can have joy without stress or burdens! Life, though it can be difficult, will still be filled with peace and purpose. So, enjoy the site!
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