This Friday is Rosh Chodashim – the Head of the Months. Also known as the Biblical New Year. Because the Bible follows the Lunar calendar, the first of every new month begins with the New Moon. Do you know what
Enjoy some time with Rabbi Mark & Joseph Greenberg, as they go through the Torah Reading: Tazria or “Concieved” for the Week! Make sure to take some notes! Did you know? The Tree of Life Version (TLV) of the Holy Scriptures includes
This week Dr. Jeffrey Seif spends a few minutes from his home office talking about the Gospel through the Book of Acts with you! Tune in below!
Translation Principle 14 brings us to a decision that our Theology Team felt strongly about: Restoring the Jewish Order to the Books of the Old Testament. A decidedly Jewish work, we keep the book order employed in classical Jewish culture.
At the very beginning of the book of Mark, we read of a number of miracles that Yeshua (Jesus) performed. One of those was the cleansing of the man with Tza-arat (the leper). The following verses tell of the event:
The Biblical New Year starts this Friday with the first NEW MOON. The new moon – when the moon is HIDDEN and the stars shine ever more brightly – is the beginning of a new lunar year according to the