A Rabbi Talks About Jesus; the Holiday of Purim; and a General Talks about Islam

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Dr. Brown speaks with Rabbi Evan Moffic, author of a new book on the Jewish Jesus; he shares some thoughts about Purim; then speaks with Gen. Jerry Boykin about radical Islam. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

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  1. Jesus Christ founded Christianity in the sense that He ratified the New Covenant in His blood. He wasn’t just hanging around being Jewish. He did establish something, the Church, and he did establish what was not previously in place, grace and truth, salvation, etc. Hello?! “He lived and died a Jew.” Well, He was and is the eternal Son of God, who became incarnate in the covenant people. Saying “Mm Hmm” to statements that can have a meaning and comport with orthodoxy in the Jewish Christian perspective yet have a totally different meaning in the Talmudic Jewish perspective is not good enough. When a Jewish person says, “Yeah, Jesus was a Jew who practiced Judaism,” a Christians have to qualify what that means, because it doesn’t mean what they are implying.

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