(Recorded 2/28/15 at Kehilat Melech Mashyach)
So often we mask our inner self with the outer self when it comes to observance. Rabbi Baw'naw goes through Mark 7 and Matthew 6 and Matthew 23 on this premise. This week's parshas Tetzaveh, deals with the garments worn by the Kohen Gadol, and how there is a mirror, a marriage between the basar and the nefesh. Rabbi Baw'naw discusses how we can actually be in error by wearing commanded garb if our inner self and outer self are not within a holy union. Rabbi Baw'naw discusses Mashyach's position on garments and how the sages act as the second witness and how we cannot judge a book by it's cover.
(Recorded 2/27/15 from Kehilat Melech Mashyach)
Rabbi Eh'bed Baw'naw concludes his series on Iggaret Galatia (The letter to the Galatians) he goes verse by verse and shows how these struggles and mistakes being made by the Galatians are being made in the Guf HaMashyach today in the majority and how we must turn this whole thing around by heading the deeply rabbinic words of Rav Sha'ul, in this iggaret. The same struggles then are the struggles we see now from different extremes of the religious pendulum in the Guf HaMashyach.
(Recorded Live 2/21/15 at Kehilat Melech Mashyach)
Rabbi Baw'naw speaks on the premise of gemlius chessed. This theme is found in parshas Terumah in Shemos 25:1-2 and in the words of our Melech Mashyach Yeshua through the Brit Chadasha. The question arises by the sages "who benefits?" how does the rabbinical thought on the premise of gemlius chessed parallel the concepts within the words of Yeshua and the iggerim of the Brit Chadasha.
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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