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Fresh insights into the biblical feasts

July 26, 2019 |

What these high points of the ancient calendar reveal about Jesus’ life, death and resurrection. ‘The Messiah Pattern: The Biblical Feasts and How They Reveal Jesus’

By Peter Sammons

Christian Publications International, 2019 (second edition) ISBN 978-1-78926-509-5

Scotland Yard’s Sir … Read More

Work out your salvation (Hebrews 5:11)

February 2, 2016 |

By Dr Clifford Denton

In the West we tend to think of an inheritance as something that is passed on to us when someone dies. It is our right and we simply receive it. Inheritance from a Hebraic point of view is different. Receiving an inheritance is active, not passive. Read More

Confession and repentance in a sinful world

December 1, 2015 |

Bible nuggets from a Hebraic perspective

by Dr Clifford Denton

Many of us would like to stand before God and save our nation, but is this realistic?

Can we repent on behalf of someone else? This is an important question for praying Christians in a sinful world. Many of us would like to stand before God and save our nation, but is this realistic? A little Hebrew helps us to answer the question. Read More

Halakhah: Walking with God

April 3, 2015 |

Bible nuggets from a Hebraic perspective

By Dr Clifford Denton

THE CHRISTIAN FAITH IS DYNAMIC, NOT STATIC. It is a journey that could be likened to the children of Israel’s walk through the wilderness from Egypt to the Promised Land. Faith itself is active and grows through exercise on this walk. Read More

Salvation is a person!

January 30, 2015 |

Bible nuggets from a Hebraic perspective

By Dr Clifford Denton

We are born into a world of suffering and sin. Before we even realise our sinful tendencies, we do what we ought not to do and fail to do what we should do. This is the nature of mankind and however much we measure ourselves against one another we fall far below the perfection of Heaven. Read More

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