This is the 2nd writing on confronting Hebrew Israelite false doctrine, but this time rather than deal with with it from a theological perspective we will debunk it from a primarily historical one. Being that Hebrew Israelites believe the Bible (preferably the King James Version translation) is their primary history book it behooves us to review corresponding history along with it to see how their claims line up historically like other Bible prophecies do in an accurate but concise way that doesn't belabor the point. (You can read part #1 here, http://ijwest.blogspot.com/2015/05/confronting-hebrew-israelite-false.html)
Monday, April 17, 2017
Friday, April 14, 2017
I try not to comment about the holidays of "Easter" or "Christmas" and rather leave people to do as they please because of the wide proliferation of others commenting on the same subjects around that time each year. This is a brief synopsis on the pagan holiday known as "Easter". I celebrate both the birth and resurrection of Yeshua Messiah but not Easter or Christmas; they aren't the same. When you have knowledge of the truth you stop following the traditions of false doctrine. I don't condemn others for what they choose to follow but I do make the truth available as necessary for them to make their own decisions.