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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By Mark S. Kinzer
Taming the tongue is one of the major concerns in Jewish teachings about ethical conduct (mussar). This book contributes to the conversation from a Messianic Jewish perspective, bringing to bear the powerful teachings of Yeshua and the apostles.
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