A Misunderstood Hebrew Idiom

A Misunderstood Hebrew Idiom by Christine Egbert Modern English is filled with idioms: eat your heart out, kill time, blow your mind, punch the clock, crash! These are all easily understood expressions by our contemporaries. But for those for whom English is a second language, these simple idioms would require

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Beware of Translator Bias

Beware Of Translator Bias by Christine Egbert Have you ever wondered how Ekklesia, which means a called out congregation or assembly, came to be translated as church? Answer: a King gave an edict. That King was King James. You see, there already was a Greek word that meant church in Greek. That word

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Greek Versus Hebrew Mindset

Greek Versus Hebrew Mindset: Worship, Spirituality, Salvation, and Prayer by Christine Egbert I recently read an excellent book by Brad Scott, titled: “Let This Mind Be In You.” In it, Scott traces the Christian church’s evolution in its understanding and teaching of Scripture, from Hebrew to Greek. The Church’s Greek worldview is based in

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Reformation To Restoration!

Reformation to Restoration! by Christine Egbert The next time someone tells you that your Hebraic walk of faith is out of step with mainstream Christianity, remind them that Protestant reformers were also out of step with what for 1500 years had been accepted as mainstream Christianity. In an earlier article titled “Sola

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TORAH: Blueprint of CREATION!

TORAH! Blueprint For Creation by Christine Egbert For two decades, after becoming a believer, I studied the Bible the only way I knew how. I took it at face value. And there is certainly nothing wrong with that. In fact, it’s where all students of Scripture should begin, with the

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Sola Scriptura/ By Scripture Alone!

Sola Scriptura/ By Scripture Alone! by Christine Egbert One of the five pillars of the Reformation, their battle cry in fact, was the Latin phrase “Sola Scriptura,” by Scripture alone.” Unfortunately, although the reformers claimed to rely solely on Scripture, not the traditions and dogma of the Roman Catholic Church, they failed to do so

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Error Of The Lawless

Error Of The Lawless by Christine Egbert It saddens me when I hear believers say things like, “Jesus fulfilled the Law so that I don’t have to.” Really? Now that you’re a disciple of Yeshua you can commit murder? You can steal? You can fornicate? Such a twisting of the Scripture breaks

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Quartodeciman Controversy: Rome Enforces Easter/ Outlaws Passover

The Quartrodeciman Controversy (Rome Enforces Easter/ Outlaws Passover) By Christine Egbert In the footsteps of Paul Harvey–that folksy news commentator, whose’s radio segments delved into little-known facts about well-known events–this article will recount the early church history that led to the Council of Nicaea’s disastrous decision to replace Passover with

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