Was Yahshua Crucified on Friday, or was it Wednesday?

Was Yahshua Crucified on Friday, or was it Wednesday? Traditionally, Good Friday is supposed to be the day on which Yahshua was crucified. Yet, Yahshua said he would be in the heart, or the belly of the earth three days and three nights. There is no possible way, by any stretch of the imagination, that… Read more »

Another perspective on the date of Yahshua’s Crucifixion

Another perspective on the date of Yahshua’s Crucifixion This is an alternate perspective on the timing of Yahshua’s crucifixion. I encourage you to compare to the other article I posted on the website and decide for yourselves which interpretation is correct. Shalom, Rabbi Tamah Davis-Hart. If the time of Yahshua’s death is the correct time… Read more »

Example of Celebrating Erev Shabbat in the home

Beth Elohim Messianic Synagogue Erev Shabbat Service in the Home (one example) Candle lighting times are available on most Jewish calendars. Where there is a family; a man, woman, and children, there are various roles that I will identify. In homes where there is only one person, individuals may recite all of the liturgy. The… Read more »

A Brief Examination of the Rapture

Beth Elohim Messianic Synagogue Rapture and Gematria Although the Rosh Rebbe and I taught this lesson in the past, I want to provide information on the subject again because of recent questions on the subject and the lack of believers’ ability to respond accurately in a timely manner to such inquires. We must take individual… Read more »

Of Mice and Men: Physical versus Spiritual Cleanliness; a comparison

    Beth Elohim Messianic Synagogue Physical and Spiritual Cleanliness: of mice and men Physical cleanliness is certainly taught in part of G-d’s Torah. However, it is not the ultimate point or end-all for the teachings in scripture. Rather, spiritual cleanliness is the object and concept we need to learn and integrate beyond the physical…. Read more »

Beth Elohim Messianic Synagogue Did Socrates Obtain Salvation? An Exercise of Dialectic I. METHOD I will be using SOCRATES own method: Sometimes called the Method of Dialectic. A form of seeking (“boxing in”) knowledge by employing questions and answers. For example, a question is put, such as: “What is courage? The answer offered by the… Read more »

Easter: Against the Commands of G-d

Easter: Against the Commands of G-d As we once again approach the Pesach Seder, we also hear of the Christian chatter as they prepare for Easter as they claim is in celebration of Christ’s Resurrection. However, such statements reflect the biblical ignorance of many as they are taught by their clergy and choose not to… Read more »

Typology of the Offerings: a Multi-Class presentation

Typology of the Offerings THE SIN OFFERING The sin offering was first directly commanded in Lev. 4. “If a soul shall sin through ignorance against any of the commandments of the Lord concerning things which ought not to be done, and shall do against any of them”, then that conduct would require a sin offering…. Read more »