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Thursday, May 18, 2017

Thanksgiving and Blessings were a Regular Part of Yeshua’s Life

The actions of Yeshua and his disciples regarding prayer have deep roots in the Jewish customs and practices of the Second Temple period. Already in the daily life of Yeshua and his disciples, thanksgiving and blessing were an integral part of their everyday experience and customary practice. Read the complete blog at --

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

The First Amendment and Religion

The government can assist religion only if (1) the primary purpose of the assistance is secular, (2) the assistance must neither promote nor inhibit religion, and (3) there is no excessive entanglement between church and state. Read complete article at

Clarifying the term “Judaism”

It is important that we seek to clarify the term Judaism before going further. Judaism may be defined as the religion and culture of the Jewish people. Jewish civilization includes historical, social, and political dimensions in addition to the religious. Read the complete blog at --

Yeshua and the Essenes

An understanding of the Essenes, Sadducees, Pharisees, Herodians and Zealots enhances our ability to better understand the teachings of Yeshua by making us aware of the times he specifically addresses key points in their teachings. Read the complete blog at

Monday, May 15, 2017

BHC Tweets You May Have Missed Today

Below are Tweets that we posted on the following accounts today – Biblical Heritage Center, The Real Yeshua and the TOV Center. There are links at the bottom of the Biblical Heritage Center’s and TOV Center’s Home Pages. Follow us there and get the Tweets live.

● Liberty without authority becomes license; authority without liberty becomes domination. (Mark Gerzon)

● Freedom without order becomes anarchy; order without freedom becomes dictatorship. (Mark Gerzon)

● Our political, religious, and/or cultural beliefs are the cornerstone of our identity. (Mark Gerzon)

● We are social animals. We hand on our genes as individuals, but we survive only in groups. (Rabbi Jonathan Sacks)

● Our political, religious, and/or cultural beliefs are the cornerstone of our identity. (Mark Gerzon)

● Our inclination to act well towards others, whatever its source, tends to be confined to those with whom we share a common identity. (Rabbi Jonathan Sacks)

● Deuteronomy contains the word “love” more than any other of the Mosaic books. (Rabbi Jonathan Sacks)

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Sunday, May 14, 2017

Finding Ourselves in the Middle of Nowhere

Once we are thrown out, or walk out of our “Egypt”, what is known, what is familiar, what is habit -- is wiped away. We wonder, where are we, where do we go, what will happen now? In the Biblical context, we enter the Midbar, Wilderness in Hebrew. What’s interesting is that in the Biblical context, when many important individuals and groups encounter their Higher Power, a Deity, or their Highest Self – regardless of which -- everyone and everything is changed – everything is different. The trajectory of life goes in another, unexpected direction. Read Rabbi Leynor’s complete blog at –