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This summer, we are playing a variety of teaching sessions taken from some of our more popular resources.
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In this audio excerpt, Tim Hegg takes the rules of interpreting Biblical Prophecy, which were laid out in previous sessions, and applies them to Daniel, Chapter 8 which contains prophecies related to Hanukkah.
This excerpt is taken from the 2-volume teaching series, “Interpreting Biblical Prophecy & Interpreting Daniel’s Vision”, by Tim Hegg. For more information about this product, click here.
Hanukkah means “dedication.”
Thus, Hanukkah is the Festival of Dedication, and so it should be for us as we celebrate it. Yeshua made His way to the Temple during the Festival of Dedication (Jn 10:22f) and most likely participated in the celebration. It is yet another Festival commemorating the victory which God gave to the Jews over their enemies. But it is not merely a celebration of the victory over enemies, but a call to God’s people everywhere to remain faithful to the call of God and not to be tempted to worship as the pagan nations who do not know God.
This short audio overview is taken from the larger teaching series, “Introduction to Torah Living”, by Tim Hegg. For more information about this product, click here.
If Paul abolished the commandment of circumcision, doesn’t that prove that the Torah has been abolished?
The debate over the present viability of the Torah for today’s people of God often proceeds from what appears to be an unshakable logic, namely, that if one commandment of God can be shown to have been set aside by the Messiah or His Apostles, then the door is open to argue that many more of the commandments have also been abolished or replaced. From the earliest days of the emerging Christian Church, this logic was applied to the Torah commandment of circumcision. Since Paul was interpreted as teaching against circumcision, the conclusion that the Torah has been set aside was an obvious forthcoming conclusion. For if circumcision was the sign of the covenant given to Israel, and if Paul teaches against circumcision, then clearly the covenant made with Israel has been cast aside, and with it, the Torah.
This lecture covers Chapter 8 of the teaching series, “Why We Keep Torah: Ten Persistent Questions”, by Tim Hegg. For more information about this product, click here.
This short exhortation was taken from the teaching “Interpreting Biblical Prophecy & Interpreting Daniel’s Vision.” Prophecy is one of the most interesting fields of biblical study. In this lecture series Tim Hegg looks at various ways of interpretation when approaching biblical prophecy. In volume 1, Hegg investigates proper methods of interpretation along with exposing practices that have led some astray. In volume 2, Tim takes the interpretation rules he has investigated and applies them to a full study of the book of Daniel! For more information about this product, click here.
The Hebrew Roots and Messianic movements have been plagued with misinformation, bad scholarship and downright false information. Many who are coming to an understanding of Torah are hungry for the truth. This hard hitting presentation explains how to discern between the truth of the Scriptures and the tickling of ears by false teachers. To purchase a video of this presentation, click here.