Monthly Archives: March 2018

Seven Criteria to Make Sure We Are Well-Serving the Jewish People

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In Romans, chapters nine to eleven, Paul speaks of two “fullnesses,” “the fullness of the nations” (11:25) and “the fullness of Israel” (11:12). In verse 12 he says,  “if their [Israel’s] transgression means riches for the world, and their loss means riches for the Gentiles, how much greater riches will their full inclusion bring!” In…

God’s Limitless Spirit, and Our Limited Expectations

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Repeatedly Scripture portrays the coming of the Spirit as a transformational spiritual dynamism. This was foreshadowed in the Older Testament, and it is surprising that so many people don’t notice. For example, right after Samuel anoints a bewildered Saul the son of Kish as the first King of Israel, he tells him where to go…

The Ruach/Spirit Who Bridges Us to God – Introduction (Part One)

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Here at Interfaithfulness, our  mission statement is, “Building bridges where history builds walls,” walls between people, especially between Jews and Christians, and between both and the God of Israel. We help people recognize and repudiate those walls that impair their relationships with each other and with God, and to discover the newness for all offered…