I’m happy to share an excellent new resource from Jerusalem Perspective, an ebook called Treasures New and Old (Matt. 13:52): Celebrating 35 Years of Jerusalem Perspective. David Bivin is editor of this excellent journal and he has put together 35 great articles from over the years. (You may have read his book New Light on […]
Oh the Joy of Being a Refuge from Gale Storms!
I recently posted a reflection on Isaiah 32, which reveals a gorgeous vision of what Christ’s messianic kingdom will be like. Behold, a king shall reign in righteousness, And ministers shall govern with justice; Every one of them shall be like a refuge from gales, A shelter from rainstorms; Like brooks of water in a […]
Videos from “The Torah Revolution” Seminar
Hello friends! Last weekend I got to give a new lecture series in Dayton, Ohio during the weekend of the Sukkot Feast celebration at the Church of Messiah. I shared some surprising good news from secular writers about the influence of Christianity on the world. And then point out that much of our influence actually […]
SALE: October BLC Classes Still Available!
Exciting news! This is a golden opportunity to take a wonderful online class that will deepen your understanding of the Scriptures. I have taken these classes myself and it is the foundation of my understanding of biblical Hebrew and Koine Greek.
What Lois has Spent the Past Six Months Working On
Many of you will remember last fall that I wrote a post called “Reading the Bible Through Ancient Eyes.” It was about hosting an Old Testament scholar from Uganda, Rev. Dr. Milly Erema, in my home and taking her to the Society of Biblical Literature meeting, where she impressed the scholars at an Old Testament […]
Tire Treads and Jesus
Sometimes the Lord uses quirky, creative ways to get the word out! Check out this note that a reader sent to me just a couple days ago: I wanted to share a testimony with you. I have a copy of your Sitting at the Feet of Rabbi Jesus book. I didn’t purchase it. It wasn’t given to […]
Lois, What’s the difference between your “Rabbi Jesus” books?
Finally, answers to the questions that everyone asks about my “Rabbi Jesus” books! 1. Are they all the same information, only repackaged to sell more books? NOOOO, most definitely not.
What about the Torah? Two Useful Discussions
How should the Torah inform how we live as believers today? I’m happy to see more conversations going on about this online. Just recently I bumped into two good discussions from two very different kinds of sources that I thought would interest readers – if not one, then the other.
Could Jesus have been married? No, and here’s why.
[Note – Premier Christianity magazine asked me if I wanted to share my opinion on a recent article called “Could Jesus Have been Married?” So I responded, and the text is below. Happy reading.] ~~~~~ Could Jesus have been married? Lee Wilson thinks so. In his article for Premier Christianity, Wilson points out that the […]
How Studying Jesus’ Jewishness Saved My Faith
On Wednesday, February 9th, I gave a talk for for CMJ UK‘s semi-annual online Shofar Event. My talk was entitled, How Studying Jesus’ Jewishness Saved My Faith Did the historical Jesus actually claim to be the Messiah and Son of God, or did his later followers dream this up? This question truly worried me until […]
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