A companion video to my post Good Friday, in which I explain why we're celebrating Yehoshua/Jesus' crucifixion on the wrong day of the week. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qba9-BlraBI&feature=youtu.be (Note that I still get a little nervous in front of the camera, which resulted in my mind going blank a couple times.)
G'day everyone! Today I present my Restored English Translation (RET) of the 5th chapter of the Besorot Matityahu, commonly known in English as the Gospel of Matthew. As usual, it contains the Hebrew names, with a glossary at the end. This translation is primarily based on the original Hebrew, and so will sometimes differ from … Continue reading Restored English Translation of Matthew: Chapter 5
G'day, everyone! Today, I present my Restored English Translation (RET) of Matityahu (Matthew) chapter 4. As usual, it contains the Hebrew names, with a glossary of them at the end. As this translation is sourced from the original Hebrew, there will be some differences - mostly minor - when compared to conventional translations. CHAPTER 4 1 … Continue reading Restored English Translation of Matthew: Chapter 4
(Be warned - this is a long article.) This is a heated subject for many. Yehoshua ha'Mashiach (Jesus the Christ) has been traditionally viewed as chaste and single, but conspiracy theories circulate that He was married and/or had children. The typical candidate for Jesus' alleged wife is Mary Magdalene. Some view such claims as blasphemous … Continue reading Was Jesus Married?
We're all at least partly familiar with the story of the death and resurrection of Yehoshua ha'Mashiach (Jesus the Christ). It occurred around 30 AD (give or take a few years; I used to believe it was 28 AD, but after the discovery of 29AD coins imprinted in the image on the Turin Shroud, I … Continue reading The Empty Tomb (and Other Evidence for Jesus’ Death & Resurrection)
Today is Good Friday - in Australia, at least; it's still the day before in some parts of the world. Today, many Christians celebrate and remember Yehoshua ha'Mashiach/Jesus the Christ's death by crucifixion on a Friday, and His resurrection 3 days later on a Sunday. BUT - it's all a myth. No, Yeshua's crucifixion and … Continue reading Good Friday
Today is (in Australia) the first day of the Feast of Pesach, known in English as Passover. I explain my calendar here: Yom Teruah - The Feast of Trumpets. You can view my feast calendar here: Feast Calendar. Many think Passover and other Biblical feasts don't apply because "Jesus did away with all that". That … Continue reading Pesach – The Feast of Passover