Anti-missionary Defense, Part 4

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Many of you may be aware that, since August 2014, I have been doing a radio show called, “The View from the Mishkan”. The primary topic of the program has been the “Besorah of Mattityahu” (“Gospel of Matthew”). During the month of January 2015, I have taken some time off from Mattityahu, and created a short mini-series on the significance […]

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Anti-missionary Defense, Part 3

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Anti-Missionary Defense, Part 3 of 4 Many of you may be aware that, since August 2014, I have been doing a radio show called, “The View from the Mishkan”. The primary topic of the program has been the “Besorah of Mattiryahu” (“Gospel of Matthew”). During the month of January 2015, I have taken some time off from Mattityahu, and created […]

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Anti-missionary Defense, Part 2

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Anti-Missionary Defense, Part 2 of 4 Many of you may be aware that, since August 2014, I have been doing a radio show called, “The View from the Mishkan”. The primary topic of the program has been the “Besorah of Mattiryahu” (“Gospel of Matthew”). During the month of January 2015, I have taken some time off from Mattityahu, and created […]

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Anti-missionary Defense, Part 1

Many of you may be aware that, since August 2014, I have been doing a radio show called, “The View from the Mishkan”. The primary topic of the program has been the “Besorah of Mattiryahu” (“Gospel of Matthew”). During the month of January 2015, I have taken some time off from Mattityahu, and created a short mini-series on the significance […]

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Hanukkah 2014

Hanukkah, a Time for Reflection I would never regard myself as a master of the Talmud. That would require far more time and dedication than I possess. But I do like to read through certain sections from time to time. Occasionally, I find that the same passage keeps popping up in different areas of my life. When that happens, I […]

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Re’eh 5769

Introductory Thoughts As we near the close of the Torah, we find that Moshe (Moses) begins to make frequent reference to the idea of rewards and punishments, or “blessings and curses”. Many people like to think that these conditions are directed towards individuals. However, that is not what the text indicates. Hashem expects the entire community of Israel to keep […]

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The Key to Return

A question sometimes comes to my mind. Perhaps it comes to yours, as well. It is this: Israel has been in diaspora for 2,000 years, now. Why? The prophets tell us that diaspora (scattering) from the Land is Hashem’s attention-getter technique. It isn’t supposed to be a permanent state. Yet, the situation never changes, despite the best efforts of rabbis […]

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Hebrews–The End of Judaism?

I apologize if I seem to be redundant in my presentation of the current state of Hebrews studies. My original intention was to identify some whys and wherefores, and then jump right into the text. However, I keep coming across these amazing statements by previous authors–statements that reflect gross misunderstanding of the material, and which can only arise through the […]

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Press Release for “Ephesians”

EPHESIANS The View from the Mishkan by David Negley Publication Date: February 2014 Trade Paperback; 108 pages; ISBN: 9781493162215 Trade Hardback; 108 pages; ISBN: 9781493162222 e-book; ISBN: 9781493162239 What it means to be “One New Man” New book explores the role of Gentiles in the Messianic Jewish community   Germantown, Maryland – David Negley has been an Elder at a […]

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Introduction to Messianic Midrash

At the time of this writing, I am currently teaching through the letter to the Hebrews for an organization called the “Coalition for Torah Observant Messianic Congregations” (CTOMC). Each Wednesday night at 8:00 Eastern Time, we spend about 90 minutes talking about the theme and literary style of this very important letter. As I prepared for teaching through this letter, […]

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