Judeo-Christian Clarion — Podcast

Welcome to our podcast Bible Studies. You may want to just listen to the lesson, or you may want to follow along by reading the transcript, and if you want, you can print the transcript to go back and read later. Either way, we think you will enjoy it.

Sins of our Forefathers, Part 13.

Where are we today?/Closing Statements As we saw in part 12 at the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation in 2017, that 1500+ people had signed an agreement with the Pope, which started back at  the Ecumenical Council in 1962 that the Lutheran Church, for the sake of unity, would now recognize the Pope’s purpose as […]

Tis the Season to Hear His Voice

It’s the holiday season, and as they say, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.” What makes it so wonderful? Is it the lights, the decorations, the festivities, maybe the gifts? Or maybe it is all of these things. Christians traditionally celebrate Messiah’s birth on December 25th since the fourth century CE when the […]

Sins of our Forefathers, Part 12

The Reformation  2017 marked the 500th anniversary of the prodistant reformation. But since the council called Vatican II the Catholic church has been once again uniting all faiths together under the guise of peace. There was a statement of faith which over 1500 people signed who were theologians and college professors and prominent people in […]

Advent, Part 4: Time to light the Lamps!

Wake up! For our salvation is nearer now than we first believed” (Romans 13:11). We have seen that Advent began as a time of fasting and preparation not for Yeshua’s (Jesus’s) first coming, but for His second coming. So how do we prepare? Matthew 24:42-43 tells us, “Therefore be on the alert, for you do not know which […]

Sins of our Forefathers, Part 11.

Sins of our Forefathers Part 11 Key Tenets of Reformation/ Council of Trent/ 2nd Vatican Council Certain key tenets of Luther’s theology have shaped Protestant Christianity since the 16th century. They include his insistence on the Bible, the Word of God, as the only source of religious authority, a dogma known as sola Scriptura; his […]

Advent, Part 3: He Is Coming!

“For a child will be born to us, a son given to us; and the government will rest on His shoulders; and His name will be called, Wonderful counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace. There will be no end to the increase of His government or of peace, on the throne of David […]

Advent, Part 2: The Christian Celebration of Hanukkah

The people who walk in darkness will see a great light; those who live in a dark land, the light will shine on them” (Isaiah 9:2). You may say to yourself, “I have never heard of the Christian celebration of Hanukkah.” Well, let me give you the background first. Yeshua (Jesus) celebrated Hanukkah. We see this […]

Advent, Part 1: What Are we Waiting For?

Behold, the virgin shall be with child, and shall bear a Son, and they shall call His name Immanuel, God with us” (Matthew 1:23). This is the season of Advent. So what really is advent and what is it all about? Advent started out as a time of fasting. It was like another time of Lent, […]

Ten Interesting Facts About Hanukkah.

Ten Interesting Facts About Hanukkah The traditional Hanukkah dreidel is a throwback to the times when the Greek armies of King Antiochus controlled the Holy Land, before the Maccabees defeated them. The powerful regime passed a series of laws outlawing the study of Torah and many of the mitzvot (commandments). The Jews were compelled to […]

The Sins of our Forefathers, part 10.

Martin Luther and the Reformation The church saw heresy and division and scandals throughout the centuries, the Crusades and Inquisitions, and the Papal States which resulted in land grabs and power. Emperors and kings were ruling and dictating what the church was going to preach and what it’s main doctrine would be  until the Popes […]

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