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Library Addition: Fellow Heirs by Tim Hegg

Fellow Heirs

Library Members, you can now view and download Fellow Heirs: Jews & Gentiles Together in the Family of God by Tim Hegg, in PDF format. Click Here to go to the page.

If you are not a Library Member, you can purchase a membership for less than $8.50 a month. Library Members have access to the entire TorahResource digital library that continues to grow on a regular basis. Click Here to Purchase a Membership

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Family Camp 2017 - Get Details!
Preregistration ends on May 1st — Be sure to reserve your spot at the 2017 TorahResource Institute Family Camp, August 27th - 31st in Auburn, Washington! For more information, Click Here.

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Omer Counting Resources

Counting The Omer Resources

Below are links to documents created to assist you in your observance of Counting the Omer, the 50 Days leading up to Shavuot following Passover.

2017 Omer Schedule (PDF, 192K)
Counting the Omer Blessing Booklet:
Counting Our Way to Shavuot Devotional Booklets:
    - Days 1-4 (PDF, 602 KB)
    - Days 5-11 (PDF, 661 KB)
    - Days 12-18 (PDF, 682 KB)

The Letter Writer: Now Available in the Library!

The Letter Writer: Paul's Background and Torah Perspective by Tim Hegg is now available in the TorahResource Library to view or download. Those who have a library membership can view and download this wonderful resource by Clicking Here

If you do not already have a Library Membership you can purchase one for less that $8.50 a month by Clicking Here.

Does the English Word “Easter” Derive from the Name of the Pagan Goddess “Ishtar”?

by Tim Hegg

In this short article, Tim Hegg looks at the claim that the English word "Easter" which the Church uses as the name for the celebration of the resurrection of the Messiah, came from the pagan goddess Ishtar. Hegg takes an honest look at the evidence we have for such a claim.

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Critical Issues for Torah Communities Course

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This course is offered in the 2017 Spring Quarter which starts on March 28th! To register, click here.