Is It Lawful to Call Yeshua ‘Elohim’?

Posted by on Sep 30, 2018 in Oneness of the Creator, The Messiah

Is it in accordance with the Torah to call the Messiah Yeshua ‘Elohim’? To answer this question, first we need to find out what the Hebrew word “elohim” means. It may be a surprise for the reader to learn that there is no specific word in Hebrew that denotes what in the Gentile languages is known as “god”. The word “God” (German: “Gott”) is an abstract word that denotes a concept of any supernatural being...

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The Time When the Messiah will be Subject to the Father

Posted by on Aug 17, 2018 in Oneness of the Creator, The Messiah

When reading the Scripture, very often we overlook important passages, especially when the main Biblical event has come to its completion and we relax our efforts to learn. For years the present author has been perplexing as to the meaning of a certain verse in the Scripture, even a phrase, in the first letter of Shaul (Paul) the Apostle to the Corinthians. We read thus in 1Co 15:28: And when all are made subject to Him, then the Son Himself shall also be subject to Him who...

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The Human Messiah Part II

Posted by on Nov 14, 2016 in Oneness of the Creator, The Messiah

It is commonly understood among Bible scholars that Yonah (Jonah) was swallowed by the big fish and after being three days and three nights in its stomach was vomited out alive. The textual support of this story is that Yonah actually prayed to YHVH from the stomach of the fish as seen in Jon 2:2-9. But Yehovah appointed a great fish to swallow Yonah. And Yonah was in the stomach of the fish three days and three nights. (Jon 1:17) Below is the Hebrew text with a...

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The Human Messiah Part I

Posted by on Oct 30, 2016 in Oneness of the Creator, The Messiah

The human Messiah, the son of man, was born with all human traits that every person had. Yet, He did not sin. His flawlessness did not come from being born without the ability to sin, but from being born as a normal human being with all possibility to sin. Only then His obedience and faithfulness can be measured up to the high standard of being the Messiah. The significance of the prophecy in 2Sa 7 concerning the Messiah becomes even more prominent when we understand that...

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