Biblical Basics

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DR HOLLISA ALEWINE – With Guest BARRY MILLER (Preparing for the Schmittah)

DR HOLLISA ALEWINE – With Guest BARRY MILLER (Preparing for the Schmittah)

In this week’s episode we will take a break from the weekly Torah Portions and listen to guest speaker Barry Miller, author of Know the Time, Change Your World: the Reappearance of the Seven- and Fifty- Year Biblical Cycles as he discusses the upcoming Schmittah cycle and how we can prepare for it albeit not in the Land. For more information on the Shmittah cycle, visit Barry Miller’s website at https://7and50rhymes.com.

Mark Call – Parsha “Vayakhel-Pekudei” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Mark Call – Parsha “Vayakhel-Pekudei” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

This week we wrap up the teachings for the Book of Shemot or Exodus with a double portion, parsha Vayakhel, and then Pekudei (Exodus chapters 35 through the End of the Book.) "And assembled [vayakhel] Moses," the portion begins, all of the congregation of the sons of...

DR HOLLISA ALEWINE – KI TISA (The Melted Darlings)

DR HOLLISA ALEWINE – KI TISA (The Melted Darlings)

This week’s portion is Ki Tisa, “when you elevate.” It is nested among similar Torah portions that when strung together, inform readers that within their verses are found prophecies of resurrection. In Ki Tisa, there was judgment, the sin was forgiven, the silver was melted down to become receptacles for the beams or “pillars,” and the Cloud could once again dwell among the Darling Israel. The Shema, the Golden Rule, and the melted Darlings of the Tabernacle combine to explain the Cloud gathering of resurrection. Join us as we explore how this is all connected.

Mark Call – Parsha “Ki Tisa” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Mark Call – Parsha “Ki Tisa” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Parsha "Ki Tisa" (Exodus 30:11-34:35) centers on one of the most important "turning points," and failures, in all of Scripture: the idolatry at Mount Sinai, aka, 'the golden calf.' Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa Fellowship as he expores why. The Erev Shabbat...

Torah Teachers’ Round Table – Tanakh Edition – Jeremiah chapter 8 into 9

Torah Teachers’ Round Table – Tanakh Edition – Jeremiah chapter 8 into 9

After a hiatus, the teachers are back this week to finish up the study of Jeremiah chapter 8 and move into chapter 9. And still, though, the question must be asked. He may have been talking to a rebellious, pagan nation THEN, but isn't every charge against them just...

Mark Call – Parsha “Terumah” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Mark Call – Parsha “Terumah” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Parsha "Terumah" (Exodus/Shemot 25:1 - 27:19) is the first of a series of detailed sets of instruction that have to do with the BUILDING of the Mishkan, or Tabernacle, in the wilderness. The Erev Shabbat overview begins with the admonition to Moses to speak to the...

DR HOLLISA ALEWINE – MISHPATIM (The Widow of Babylon)

DR HOLLISA ALEWINE – MISHPATIM (The Widow of Babylon)

In this teaching we cover one of the commandments about caring for the less fortunate such as the Widow and Orphan. There is a familiar adage about “Give a man a fish, and he’ll eat today; teach him how to fish and he’ll eat every day.” In other words, a gift merely strengthens the weakness (unless the person is disabled or too young or old to work). A loan to an able-bodied Israelite holds the obligation to repay, and therefore, the recipient learns money management that will strengthen him in the future. He, too, can then “loan it forward.” Here we discuss why Babylon says “I will not sit as a widow.”

Mark Call – Parsha “Mishpatim” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Mark Call – Parsha “Mishpatim” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Parsha "Mishpatim" (Exodus/Shemot chapters 21 through 24) is one of the most ordinance, or "judgment-packed" in the Torah. It's also very NOT 'politically-correct,' and thus most often ignored. And all the more so because it's a vital reminder of all of the elements...

Torah Teachers’ Round Table – Tanakh Edition – Jeremiah chapter 8

Torah Teachers’ Round Table – Tanakh Edition – Jeremiah chapter 8

The Torah teachers continue the study of the Book of the prophet YermeYahu, or Jeremiah, into chapter 8, where the dominant theme -- both then AND now -- seems to be a choice of "death rather than life." And the question seems to be, "just how obvious can it be?"

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