The Weekly Bible Study Podcast
Listen to lectures from the Teaching Staff at TorahResource, an online teaching ministry where Bible-based courses are taught at the college and masters levels from a Messianic perspective.
Every Wednesday, during the Summer months, we are posting past teachings and seminar sessions on a variety of topics.
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In this session, C.M. Hegg looks at Matthew 12:40 and the various suggestions of the Passion chronology. If the common Christian belief that Yeshua died on Good Friday is true, then how can Matthew 12:40 be true? Was Yeshua really in the tomb three days and three nights? Is the growing belief within Messianic and Hebrew Roots circles, that Yeshua died on a Wednesday true?
When we become believers in the Messiah Yeshua, we are changed by the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. What does that look like?
This session is from the 4-part teaching series titled, “Life Made New In Messiah: Paul’s Teaching About Sanctification In Romans 6” by Tim Hegg. To purchase this product, click here.
Does it really matter if we have a grasp on the biblical languages? In our modern age many believers are relying on English translations and Strong’s Numbers to inform them about their faith. Rob Vanhoff suggests that every believer should make it a point to understand even a small amount of the Biblical languages in order to read their Bibles with a better understanding. This lecture is perfect for those serious about their personal Bible study.
Get a hard copy of “Hebrew Education In The Body Of Messiah” by Rob Vanhoff, in DVD Video or MP3 CD, click here.
Before we go make disciples we first have to know what one is. Living a life like our Master Yeshua is a key component of the great commission. This teaching addresses being a disciple of Yeshua and following in His footsteps before going out and making disciples for Yeshua.
This teaching is from the series, “The Great Commission: How Yeshua Defines Taking God’s Light Into The World” by Tim Hegg. To purchase this product, click here.
In this lecture C.M. Hegg looks at the current Torah movement and asks if this movement is separate from the evangelical Church, or if it is simply an extension. Many within the Messianic and Hebrew Roots movement want to disassociate from the modern Christian Church, but what does this mean? Hegg addresses six questions that are often presented by some in the Torah movement.
Get a hard copy of “Have We Left The Church?” by C.M. Hegg, in DVD Video or MP3 CD, click here.
In this lecture, Tim Hegg looks at the differences between Hebrew and Greek logic and the way both might impact our view of God and the Bible. Hegg investigates how first century Judaism would affect the way writers of the New Testament communicate their meaning and how their readers would understand what they wrote.
This is the second session from the seminar, “My Big Fat Greek Mindset” by Tim Hegg. For more information about this product, click here.
This world may seem dark and sinful, but for believers, God’s world is full of redemption. Our redemption through the blood of the Messiah Yeshua is the focus of God’s world. In this heartfelt teaching, Rob Vanhoff dives into the text of Psalm 19. This uplifting lecture sheds light on this wonderful Psalm.
This excerpt is taken from the teaching session, by Rob Vanhoff, called, “His World, His Word, And Our Redemption: A Meditation On Psalm 19” For more information about this product, click here.
Learning to forgive someone who has hurt or offended us is an essential ingredient of maintaining relationships, and guarding our hearts against bitterness. Bitterness is to the soul what metal shavings are to an engine. If they are allowed to remain, failure is inevitable. But one does not overcome the ill effects of bitterness simply by trying hard not to be bitter. Bitterness is the fruit of an unforgiving heart. Conversely, learning to exercise forgiveness is the sure antidote to bitterness.
This teaching is from the marriage course, by Tim Hegg, called, “What God Has Joined Together: Biblical Foundations for Marriage.” For more information about this product, click here.
In this lecture, Ariel Berkowitz gives a brief Introduction to the Book of Isaiah and then begins his teaching through the “Book of Immanuel,” starting in Isaiah 7. Berkowitz’s focus of interest has been on the book of Isaiah and his expertise shines through in this series. His passion for history and for this passage of Scripture in particular are truly seen as he takes his audience into the world of the biblical prophet and the prophetic vision of Immanuel, “God with us.”
This episode is the first session of a three part teaching series by Ariel Berkowitz titled, “Book of Immanuel: Isaiah 7-12.” For more information about this product, click here.
Following verse 4, the author of Hebrews launches his arguments for a “high Christology” on the basis of the Scriptures. He immediately quotes a number of passages from the Tanach which introduce and support his viewpoint that Yeshua is the divine Messiah promised of old, and that His present position is an exalted one. An investigation of the quotes surfaces a number of important questions.
This excerpt is taken from the 2-volume teaching series, “Commentary on the Book of Hebrews”, by Tim Hegg. For more information about this product, click here.