Guide to the Advanced and Intermediate Teachings
Intermediate Teachings: Most were recorded in the Jewish year 5776, these teachings focus on halakhot and cover the teachings from the Torah, Ketuvim, Nevi'im and Brit Chadasha as well as the Talmud, the words of Rebbe Nachman, the Baal Shem Tov and Chazel. In these teachings, no previous experience in the Hebrew language is required, Christopher often lets you know what the Hebrew or Aramaic words are that he mentions in the intermediate teachings. A person within 3-5 years of pursuing observance are usually able to understand these teachings.
Advanced teachings: Recorded in 5777, these teachings relate to the mystical aspects of each Torah portion and some halakhot covering the Torah, Ketuvim, Nevi'im and the Brit Chadasha as well as the Zohar and the words of kabbalist masters. A person within 7-10 years of pursuing observance are usually able to understand these teachings.
In this teaching Christopher focuses on what the Zohar says about the 3 sons of Noah and their attributes displayed during Noah's drunkeness. The premise from the Zohar is the exact same premise in the New Testament and puts the verses from the New Testament into their proper context.
Video Version (Advanced)
Audio Version (Advanced)
Christopher discusses why the Torah refers to Noach as righteous . He also discusses why the Baal Shem Tov says the Yetzer Hara can be used for good, he also discusses how Messiah is intertwined in the Parshah.
Video Version (Intermediate)
Audio Version (Intermediate)
The Ani Judaism Radio Broadcast
These teachings are by Christopher Fredrickson and air on several Christian radio stations as well as Ani Judaism Radio. Christopher discusses the ties of the New Testament with Rabbinic Judaism.
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