• What Is Scriptural (Hebraic) Faith?

    What Is Scriptural (Hebraic) Faith? By Christine Egbert Many Christians interpret Scripture with a Western/Greek mindset. They see faith as simply a mental construct, something you believe, no action required. When they read verses like Ephesians 2:8-9, “For by grace are you saved, through faith, and not of yourselves, it

  • Deity of Yeshua: Son of God & Son of man

    Deity Of Yeshua: Son of God/Son of Man by Christine Egbert Beware of false doctrines, even those propagated by some in the Hebrew Roots movement, for a few have denied that the Messiah is deity. How could this happen? I can only guess some are so jaded from discovering all

  • SYNCRETISM: Should Christians Celebrate Christmas & Easter?

    Syncretism Why Followers of the Messiah Should Not Celebrate Christmas & Easter by Christine Egbert Syncretism is the combination of differing beliefs (especially religious) in which customs merge. Or as Dictionary.com states: it is “the attempted reconciliation or union of differing or opposing principles, practices or parties, as in philosophy or

  • The Narrow Way

    The Narrow Way by Christine Egbert In the Gospel of Matthew 7:13-14, Yeshua warned believers to enter into life through the narrow gate, for wide is the gate and broad the way that leads to destruction. Narrow is the gate and constricted the way which leads to life, and there

  • Cryptology: Yah’s Digital Fingerprint

    Cryptology Yah’s Digital Fingerprint by Chris Egbert Hebrew is called Lashon Hakodesh, the Holy Tongue. In every language words have meaning. But only in Scriptural Hebrew do even the individual letters possess meaning. Together, they imbue every word with a cumulative essence. Hebrewisms found in the New Testament, along with

  • Bedikot Chamets- Time for Spring Cleaning by Pastor Miller

    Lev 23:4-6       These are the feasts of the LORD, holy convocations which you shall proclaim at their appointed times. In the fourteenth day of the first month at twilight [is] the LORD’s Passover. And on the fifteenth day of the same month [is] the Feast of Unleavened Bread to

  • Is God’s Law a Curse? Understanding Galatians!

    Is God’s Law a Curse? Understanding Galatians by Christine Egbert Galatians is not a textbook. It’s a letter written to a specific group of new (formerly pagan) believers two thousand years ago, and it addresses a specific problem. If two millennia later, we are to correctly interrupt Paul’s letter, it’s imperative

  • Doctrine of Demons

    Doctrines of Demons by Christine Egbert Sadly, many theologians have cast Yah’s instructions–His Torah–as the enemy of His grace. Bondage, they call it. Yet Scripture informs us that those who seek His precepts will walk at liberty. Psalms 119:43-45  Take not the word of truth utterly out of my mouth, for I

  • Understanding Hosea

    Hosea 1:1 establishes that the Word of Yahweh came to this prophet during the days of Jeroboam, the House of Israel’s first king after the split. 1Ki 11:11-12  And Jehovah said to Solomon, Because this has been done by you, and you have not kept My covenant and My statutes that

  • Left Behind: Exposing the Rapture!

    by Christine Egbert In this article, I hope to show that Scripture does not support the pre-tribulation rapture doctrine of the modern church. Gerald E. Cronk, in his book, NOW ABOUT THAT RAPTURE (copy-right 1997), lists 14 tenants of the pre-tribulation rapture-theory juxtaposed to short summations of what Scripture actually