Christopher discusses the Torah Portion Lech Lecha from the vantage point of the Zohar and the New Testament. He focuses greatly on Zohar Lech Lech 1:1-2 in terms of the internal aspect of Torah and how righteousness relies on the ideal of putting the discombobulated in order and seeking shalom as opposed to division. Christopher also discusses Zohar Lech Lecha 2:6 and Zohar Lech Lecha 2:9 in terms of the crier in the Temple in relation to Matthew 26 and the rooster mentioned and how the rooster is actually the crier of the temple and what the Zohar says in relation to the rooster signifies the spiritual immaturity Kefa possessed at that time but later matured and brought about great wisdom in his letters.
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Christopher discusses the premises of Shalom Bayis found within this Parshah, the role of women in Judaism and is the New Testament as anti-woman as the greek mindset tries to convey that it is? He also discusses Aramaic Primacy of the New Testament springboarding from an Aramaic word found in the Hebrew texts of this Parshah. Just like every week Christopher discusses how Messiah Yeshua is embed in the Parshah through the words of the sages. All this and more.
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Skype study done in 5775 (2014)
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Circumcision & Melchizedek (BONUS TEACHING)
Christopher discusses Circumcision and asks is the Hebrew Roots right in Yeshua being Melchizedek mentioned in Lech Lecha?
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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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