New Testament

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Semitic Origins of the New Testament

http://www.ancient-hebrew.org

The New Testament, or B'riyt HaHhadashah in Hebrew, was written by Hebrews, for Hebrews, in an Hebraic Culture. In order to truely understand the New Testament it must be understood through its original Hebraic context.

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Proper Interpretation of Hebrew Biblical Texts

http://www.yashanet.com

With regard to the proper understanding of the Hebrew Scriptures in their proper context, including the "New Testament" books, there are in fact "levels" of interpretation that must be taken into consideration. This was the method used to write and interpret Scripture by the authors themselves as well as the audience of their time and culture.

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We Stand For Torah Today - Rabbi David Hargis

http://www.messianic.com

We get many good comments and some opposition here about our stand on Torah (and, come to think of it, our stand on Yeshua as well).

There are three ways to view Torah:

1. Torah is past and over.
2. Torah is valid for the Jews only.
3. Torah is valid for all mankind today and always

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