• Need A Shake Up?

    Need a Shake-Up? by Susan Fiedler Here in northeast Tennessee and southwest Virginia we don’t expect earthquakes.  Of course, we have them, but infrequently. When I went to college in southern California, earthquakes were the norm. I had only been there a couple of months in my freshman year when I

  • Paul’s False Accusers

    Paul’s False Accusers By Christine Egbert Quote any one of the thousands of verses in the Bible that extol Torah and some antinomian will counter with one of the twenty or so passages Paul wrote, which they take out of context, hoping to negate what the volume of Scripture teaches

  • Sinning Through WORDS

    Sinning Through WORDS by Christine Egbert In Matthew 12:36-37 Yeshua said that on Judgement Day, we will all have to give an account of the words we’ve spoken. By those words, we’ll either be justified or condemned. Now, that is a sobering thought!  For we’ve all been guilty of sinful

  • Brit-Am Versus British Israel

    Brit-Am versus British Israel by Yair Dividiy Yair Davidiy is an Orthodox Jew, who lives in Israel. He helps direct the Brit-Am Movement of the Ten Tribes of Israel and has authored several books and hundreds of articles, many of which have been well-received. Brit-Am is often referred to as

  • Circumcision Of The Heart

    Circumcision Of The Heart By Christine Egbert I’ve written many articles about anti-Semitism begetting Replacement Theology. In this article, I’ll focus on a more subtle form of anti-Semitism. This form doesn’t lead to Replacement Theology. It’s not based on hating Jews. This subtle form is based on a false assumption

  • Torah of YHVH TZADEKENU

    Torah of YHVH TZADEKENU By Christine Egbert I was recently accused of falling from grace. Why? I professed what Scripture teaches: after salvation by grace through faith in Israel’s Jewish Messiah, we’re to bear fruit, good fruit, the good fruit of obedience to Yah’s instructions, His Torah, which Scripture declares

  • Who Is The Bride?

    Who Is The Bride? By Christine Egbert At the suggestion of my pastor, Matthew Miller, I recently listened to a most intriguing audio teaching titled “The Bride, The Concubine, And The Harlot” by Barry Phillips. For twenty years Barry Phillips served as a Christian evangelist, youth pastor, and senior pastor.

  • John 8:6 In Light of Jeremiah

    John 8:6 In Light of Jeremiah By Christine Egbert Proverbs 25:2 says, “It is the glory of God to conceal a matter and the glory of kings to search it out.” (TLV) The longer I study God’s word, the more I see it as a giant jigsaw puzzle. While each

  • Biblical Rebuttal of a Church Father

      Rebuttal of a Church Father, Origen of Alexandria By Christine Egbert Origen of Alexandria (185-254 A.D.), also known as Origen Adamantius, has been called the greatest genius the early church ever produced. Joseph Ratzinger, known best as Pope Benedictus XVI, on April 4th, 2007, in his meditations on the

  • Divorce Versus Putting-Away

    Divorce Versus Putting-Away by Christine Egbert For some strange reason, many English translations of Matthew 5:32 say: “Whoever puts away his wife, apart from a matter of fornication, causes her to commit adultery. And whoever marries her that is divorced commits adultery.” I find this strange because the word translated