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Sorry that I've been out of touch. I've been getting my ducks in a row for publishing. The good news is that my book will be out this coming March. You can pre order it on Amazon. Thanks to my many supporters. I plan to...

A question the Jewish community rightly asks is, “If Christianity is true, why has it produced such bad fruit for the Jewish people?” It no longer works to rationalize that anti-Semitic Christians could not have been authentic believers. A cursory reading of church history reveals...

During this time, I enjoyed a close relationship with the Linda and Glen Welsfords—my evangelical friends. They knew of my love for Judaism, however, not of my growing dissatisfaction. Once, I made a curious request of Glen, saying, “I know how much Jesus means to...

Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel’s notion of “divine pathos,” God’s emotional involvement in the life of his people, became critical to my understanding of the Old Testament. Heschel wrote that we should live in radical amazement—looking at the world in such a way that we take...

I could see the difference between two worldviews. The Hebrew mindset assumes God’s existence from the existential fact of being in a relationship with Him. Greek thought, on the other hand--the foundation of Western philosophy--seeks to prove God through logic and reasoned analysis. Martin Buber wrote,...