Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Torah’s Goalkeeper: The Most Prominent Jewish Apostle – Ya’akov

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We have been responding to the perspective outlined by the writers of The Torah’s Goal? (TTG), a group of leaders at Israel College of the Bible, who would have us believe that the Jewish way of life, as reflected in the observance of the mitzvot of Torah, became obsolete and purely optional after the New Covenant was inaugurated, that…

The Torah’s Goalkeeper: Some More Jewish Apostles (Peter and Paul)

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The writers of The Torah’s Goal? (TTG) would have us believe that the Jewish way of life, as reflected in the observance of the mitzvot of Torah, became obsolete and purely optional after the New Covenant was inaugurated, that is, with the death, resurrection and ascension of Yeshua the Messiah. Further, they deny the legitimacy of…

The Torah’s Goalkeeper: The More Jewish Jesus

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Let’s talk about one of the key concepts here at Interfaithfulness: The More Jewish Jesus. We will be talking about him in this way frequently, but today, I want to do so in interaction with one area of discussion found in the e-book, The Torah’s Goal?, produced by the people at the Israel College of the…

The Torah’s Goalkeeper: What’s the Bible About? (Part Two of Two)

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As part of a series of blogs interacting with the position advanced by the recently released e-book The Torah’s Goal? (TTG), this is the second dealing with their broad characterization of the compositional strategy of the Torah in which they state that Moses designed the first chapters of Genesis to be a prophecy of the…

The Torah’s Goalkeeper: What’s the Bible About? (Part One of Two)

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This is the first in a series of blog posts interacting with a recent e-book by some stand-out experts at the One for Israel Project affiliated with Israel College of the Bible. The e-book is titled The Torah’s Goal? Here is how they state their goal. Our thesis about the purpose of the Torah (Gen through…