Christopher kicks off this series on The Garden of Peace. Why are there so many marital issues within the Hebrew Roots? Christopher discusses the most important mitzva and how it affects Torah learning, and the outside world.
This series is for both single men, married men, and those whom are engaged and will help you have a better understanding as to how to fulfill the mitzva in your marriage and how to attain shalom bayit.
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Christopher looks at the attributes of a leader as shown in the Scripture and in the rabbinical texts. We have many in the Hebrew Roots that do not know how to be leaders and teachers and yet they wear the badge of "teacher" or "leader". This episode focuses in on the attributes that will help brethren find the right leader and also how to become effective leaders themselves.
Sourced Scripture and Rabbinical Passages
Exodus 1, Jeremiah 10, Leviticus 19:15, Pslams 128:3, Avos 1:10, Gitten 57b, Yoma 71b, Yevamos 45b, Yoma 86a, Pesachim 87b, Sotah 13b, Nedarim 49b, Berchos 8a
One of the biggest problems we have in Netzari Judaism is our pompousness, our egos, and our anger we have towards our former religious institutions. Is this anger healthy for us when we are trying to teach Torah to those whom are in our path? How can we refine ourselves to be better witnesses of Torah and Messiah Yeshua in our day to day dealings with our Christian friends family and co-workers?
In this episode Christoper also shares some successes and some failures directly related to his attitude at various stages in his walk
These teachings are by Christopher Fredrickson and air on several Christian radio stations as well as Yeshiva Radio. In Brutal Planet, Christopher discusses the ties of the New Testament with Rabbinic Judaism.
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