When a King Can Be Disobeyed

Posted by on Dec 26, 2021 in The Exiles

Exodus begins with the righteous act of two midwives, who disobeyed the orders of their king to kill newborn Hebrew boys. We are in the first chapter of Exodus and already have the first recorded act of genocide and the first recorded partial-birth abortion in history. But also, the first recorded act of righteous women who feared Elohim and disobeyed their king. The beginning of the first exile Yoseph died and all his brothers, and all that generation that came down to...

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Exile as a Place of Captivity and Revelation

Posted by on Jul 8, 2021 in The Exiles

In the following, we will debunk a false concept widely spread in the Jewish communities around the world that exile is not a land of captivity. According to this concept, any country in the world in which Jews can live securely and safely cannot be considered “exile” but “home”. Even the State of Israel can be considered a “land of exile”, i.e. captivity, if it does not provide security and safety. The advocates of this concept also hold the view...

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The Prophecy of the 153 Fishes

Posted by on Oct 5, 2020 in The Exiles

There is a peculiar moment in Yeshua’s ministry that can puzzle anyone who seeks a deeper meaning of the words of the Son of Elohim. This peculiar moment is the catch of 153 fishes in the fishing net of His disciple. Shimon Kepha and the other disciples went out fishing and that night they caught no fish. But early morning, they saw Yeshua standing on the beach who told them to throw the net on the right side of the boat that they should find fish. So they threw and...

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How Faith did not Change Rome but Rome Changed the Faith

Posted by on Dec 23, 2019 in The Exiles

In 312 before the Battle of the Milvian Bridge, Constantine claimed he experienced a vision of a new sign when he looked up to the sun and saw a cross of light with the Greek words “In this sign, Conquer!” above it. He commanded his troops to adorn their shields with a new symbol ☧ formed from the first two letters of the Greek word ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ (hristos), after which he conquered Rome. In 597, in his letter to Augustine the first missionary to the British Isles, Pope Gregory...

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The Spartans — the Lost Tribe of Israel

Posted by on Jul 11, 2019 in The Exiles

Who were the Spartans — the people concerning whom the lines between mythology, legends, and facts have been washed out in the sand of the turbulent scene of history? What do we know about the Spartans and what we know about them, is it a matter of mythology, legends, or of facts? This will be the subject of our study. Mythology of Lakedaimon In antiquity Sparta was known as Lakedaimon (Λακεδαίμων), while the name Sparta referred to its main settlement on the banks of the...

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Where are the Lost Tribes of Israel?

Posted by on Jan 7, 2018 in The Exiles

Where are the so-called “lost tribes” of the House of Israel? And are they “lost” at all? The fact is that the Scripture records with a certain clarity the whereabouts of the most of “the lost tribes” during and after the Assyrian invasion. This study will not entertain the notion of the so-called “British Zionism” neither will it ever consider the Replacement Theology. What this study will harbor, however, is that the...

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Will the Husband Take Back the Two Treacherous Sisters?

Posted by on Nov 19, 2017 in The Exiles

The law of divorce in Torah in Deu_24:1-4 refers to divorce in which a reunion with a divorced wife is forbidden, only if she had remarried another man who had also put her away, or had died. The Torah does not forbid the reunion of the spouses, if the wife had not married another man and if they would desire to become a family again. This is the plain reading of the law of divorce in Torah. The Law of divorce in Torah When a man takes a wife and shall marry her, then it...

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38 Contentious Years of Israel in Arabia

Posted by on Jul 2, 2017 in The Exiles, The Exodus

Little is known of the 38 years Israel lived in the desert of Arabia. “What was the life of Israel in Arabia?” and “Why a smaller number of people entered the Land?” are the questions we will seek answers in this study. In the article Israel’s Whoring in Egypt, we studied that the Israelites lived a comfortable life in the Egyptian exile and had they remained a moment longer there, they would have risked becoming part of it and there would have...

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Who is the Author of the Book of Esther?

Posted by on Apr 11, 2017 in The Exiles

Who wrote the Book of Esther? We should notice that throughout the entire Book of Esther, Elohim of Israel is not mentioned neither by His Name, nor by any of His titles. All commentators of the Book of Esther have noticed this fact but made the conclusion that although He is not mentioned by name or title even once, He was still in control behind the scene to protect His people. And while the present author completely agrees with this, he took an unorthodox approach in...

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The True Purim and the Untold Truth

Posted by on Apr 8, 2017 in The Exiles

Today millions of Jews around the world celebrate Purim as a deliverance from a certain Holocaust, and rightly so. The Jews in Persia were on the brink of extermination and had Mordecai and Queen Esther done nothing or not enough, all Jews would have perished in the Holocaust and there would have been no Purim to celebrate. However, is Purim all about childish plays and making fancy “hamantaschen” cookies named after Haman, one of the world’s most...

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