Christopher gets asked a question from a student in his Hebrew Culture 101 class about Immersion and Yom Kippur and if they should be on-going things, done yearly or often for believers in Yeshua. Christopher shows how a mikvah is to be done for gentiles per the Didache and then talks about spiritual growth and responsibility and how it is related to a continual mode of sanctification and redemption.
Week three of the course goes over the Covenant of Abraham, the Covenant of Sinai, the Covenant of David and the New Covenant.
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Then Christopher discusses Mark 4:11 dealing with the Raza d'Malkutheh d'alana (Aramaic for the Mystery of the Kingdom of G-d). Christopher talks of the levels of observance and the levels of Jewish Biblical Hermeneutic and the dangers of running before you can walk which the Torah She Be'al Peh warns us of in the story of Rabbi Akiva, Ben Zoma, Acher, and Ben Azzai.
Christopher also cites the Jewish idiomatic expression Yeshua uses in Mark 4 which relates to the Oral Torah and the Written Torah being one.
Finally, Christopher discusses Mark 4:21 and what the line of the parable is in relation to in terms of da'at, chochmah, and mussar and how it relates to chessed.
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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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