020213sd Rabbi Dennis Richards reminds us to be thankful and how extraordinary are miracles [of G_d], even as the secular world tries to diminish them.Read More »
Posted on Jan 27, 2013
012613sp Rabbi Paul Falk shows how an omission in a common translation of the bible seemingly changes the importance of the law.Read More »
Posted on Jan 20, 2013
011913sd Rabbi Dennis Richards reviews the cycle of the moon and the reasons looking forward to the always expected light after darkness.Read More »
Posted on Jan 12, 2013
011213sd Rabbi Dennis Richards Yahweh’s pattern really does not change. We find it by learning about Him…but look in the beginning, not the middle [of scripture]Read More »
Posted on Jan 6, 2013
1-5-13sd Rabbi Dennis Richards describes why the pattern of the tabernacle Moses is instructed to build is exactly as the pattern shown to him. Why was it so important to the Creator that we understand the pattern of the tabernacle in the wilderness. Very few people study it.Read More »
Posted on Dec 30, 2012
122912sp Rabbi Paul Falk shows the origins of the Trinity concept which does not in fact actually appear in the Bible.Read More »
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