Since the twentieth century, I have adventurously navigated the Hebrew Bible and Hebrew currents within the New Testament. My journeys have been far-ranging, ongoing and existential.
My journey toward Homeland (echoing Hebrews 11:14) has been one of discovering and nourishing a "Hebraic" consciousness. It deepened with trips to Israel, university and seminary studies, and by sitting under an elderly, wise, non-Jewish, Hebrew tutor.
The goal of this website is not original: it is to illustrate how the Hebrew Scriptures and New Testament form a unified message (Luke 24:44, 2 Timothy 3:16), focused on the God of Israel and his divine Messiah-Son, who share a common Hebrew Name that conveys God's unwavering purpose to save humankind from sin and death, through Yeshua of Nazareth.
My purpose is to focus on Biblical Theology; that is, the internal contents and vocabulary of the Bible—not on Rabbinic Talmudic tradition or Christian systematic theology. My studies start from 2 Timothy 3:16: "All Scripture is inspired by God"; in Hebrew, Kol hakatuv nichtav beruach elohim (Franz Delitzsch translation).
I write to encourage thoughtful, independent readers of Scripture.
Ani Ma’amin [my standing ground].
Kiddush beside Yam Kinneret (Sea of Galilee)
[Scene composed by Luci Paz, Ramat HaGolan, Israel]
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