The issue of slavery is a difficult one for the modern mind, especially in America where its negative effects didn’t cease with the end of the Civil War. In Torah study, the many English translations of the Hebrew word eved into “slave” can confuse even the wisest of readers. “Slave” rips the economic position of the eved out of its Hebrew cultural and Biblical context and leaves a very bad taste in the mouth.
Join in today’s study as Dr Alewine unpack this week’s double Portion with a more in-depth study on the citizenship of the servants and how they are spoken of in Yeshua’s parable of the vineyard.Read More
This week is a very special show, where host Mark Call welcomes back Celeste Solum, to discuss the...Read More
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This week host Mark Call has a new special show for a very special day, 4 July, 2019, which...Read More