Re’eh holds some of the severest judgments for idolatry. The “odds and ends” that follow are not a disconnected jumble of various instructions. Jewish scholars have been discussing their connections from long ago, but perhaps the easiest summary is found in the Book of Revelation. Israel’s destruction of idol-worship was to create a pattern for the other nations. By destroying the idols, Israel would inherit a land where freedom invited unity, not multiple gods.
The most widely-recognized judgment fulfilled in Revelation is the one pronounced upon an idolatrous city that must be burned to the ground: “Fallen, fallen, is Babylon the great…” And it will continue to smoke in order to warn the world away from the deception of idolatry.Read More
The teachers continue the study of the Book of the prophet YermeYahu/Jeremiah into chapter 6. And...Read More
This week the Torah teachers begin a new Book; not only one of the most important of the prophets,...Read More
The teachers continue the new study into the Book of the prophet Daniel, and the first of the...Read More
Join the Torah teachers Rob Miller, Mark Pitrone, and Mark Call this week as the complete the...Read More