Category: Blog

A question for you. Do you know anyone who believes our country is becoming more unified?  Neither do I!  And we’re not alone!   At the time of the 2018 mid-term elections, three out of four voters polled reported our country is becoming more divided (see https://edition.cnn.com/2018/11/13/politics/2018-exit-polls/index.html).  And this year, a Pew Center study reported […]

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Last Passover I began a series responding to five questions imbedded in a readers response to a video I had posted. You may see that video here: The five questions were as follows. My Apparent Prioritization of Outreach – That was really interesting. Can you unpack for me why you think Messianic Judaism is by […]

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For lots of folks, avoiding problems is their main coping strategy. In fact, for many, life is all about avoidance: avoiding certain people, avoding certain subjects, avoiding thinking about how things are going, avoiding thinking of family issues. You name it, and we avoid it. But is this a good way to maneuver through life? […]

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I have spent most of my life depressed to one degree or another. As a shrink said to me when we began talking decades ago, he found that the most predominant  thing about me was a pervasive sense of dread. Yuck. Well, the battle continues. Like a persistent rash or limp, I live with depression […]

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This continues a series of blogs originating in a response to a Red Door Diary video I posted where I highlighted (and lamented) the Messianic Jewish Movement’s general failure to attract other Jews to Yeshua-faith. That video may be found HERE–> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJ5FmR7mUlQ&t=28s This current blog is my response to the third of five alternative issues raised […]

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This post is the second in a series related to a comment responding to a Facebook video, one of my Red Door Diaries, where I highlighted the Messianic Jewish Movement’s general failure to attract other Jews to Yeshua-faith. In my previous blog I responded to the first section of her response. Today, I respond to […]

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