A Revolutionary Return to Jewish Roots

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Dr. Brown discusses some of the implications of the Church returning to its Jewish roots — including a recovery of aspects of the Kingdom of God as God’s rule here on earth. 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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Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: The church has cut itself of from its Jewish roots, and it has terribly lost the nourishing sap that it was supposed to draw from the Tree. It is essential to recover it for the health of the body.


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The Significance of Passover

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1 Comment
  1. @Dr. Brown,

    You said,

    “The same translations that recognise that it should be Jacob when talking about the patriarchs should’ve recognised it should be Jacob when talking about the New Testament person.”

    If you feel that way, then how do you feel about:

    ישוע in:
    Ezra 2:2
    Ezra 2:6
    Ezra 2:40
    Ezra 3:2
    Ezra 3:8
    Ezra 3:9
    Ezra 4:3
    Ezra 8:33
    Ezra 10:18
    Nehemiah 3:19
    Nehemiah 7:7
    Nehemiah 7:11
    Nehemiah 7:39
    Nehemiah 7:43
    Nehemiah 8:7
    Nehemiah 8:17
    Nehemiah 9:4
    Nehemiah 9:5
    Nehemiah 10:10
    Nehemiah 11:26
    Nehemiah 12:1
    Nehemiah 12:7
    Nehemiah 12:8
    Nehemiah 12:10
    Nehemiah 12:24
    Nehemiah 12:26
    1 Chronicles 24:11
    2 Chronicles 31:15

    Should they all be translated as Jesus?

    What sounds more natural?
    Jesus ben Yoseph or Yeshua ben Yoseph?

    Let’s reclaim the master’s name.. 🙂

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