Respect for Traditional Judaism
Vine of David respects traditional forms of Judaism. Our posture is one of openness and understanding, even though some people from Christian backgrounds feel uncomfortable with this perspective. Learn why Vine of David seeks harmony with traditional Judaism and how a humble approach can help us understand the Gospels with greater clarity.
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Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels[28 Videos]
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The special prayer that our Master taught his disciples can be found in both Matthew 6 and Luke 11. The wording of each varies slightly, but both contain the mysterious Greek word epiousion, the word conventionally translated “daily” as in “daily bread.” So what is “daily bread” really?
Resurrecting the Testimony of the Jewish Messiah
Chaim Yedidiah Pollak (1854-1916), better known as “Lucky,” published the first edition of his Hebrew journal entitled Edut LeYisra’el (Testimony to Israel) in 1888. A pioneer of Messianic Judaism a century ahead of his time, Lucky used the journal to actively promote a faith in the Messiah firmly rooted in traditional Jewish practice and interpretation.
We must not confuse the Didache’s fervent petitions for the imminent inauguration of the Messianic Age as endorsing the idea of an escapism eschatology. The Didache firmly lays out the Way of Life with a call to all followers of Messiah to walk in the Torah daily.