Christopher discusses 2 main points in Shemos. He discusses the error of the sacred name movement who says we must try and pronounce the 4 letter name of G-d. Christopher also discusses how one's disability is actually a hidden blessing from Hashem.
Tuesday Night: Shadows of the Messiah Study
In this week's study Christopher gives a short preview of what is to come in this week's studio teaching in terms of the errors of the sacred name cult and why we don't use the 4 letter name of G-d. Christopher discusses sections of the FFOZ study for this week (The Shadows of the Messiah vol 2). He discusses the symbolism used in parishes Shemos in terms of the ayir (donkey) and how it relates to Messiah on many levels. He also discusses the claims of certain passages in parishes Shemos where the anti-missionaries claim it is not talking of the Messiah but rather Israel and how the sages and the Hebrew language says otherwise.
Bonus Teaching #1
(Recorded 1/10/15 at Kehilat Melech Mashyach in Morganton, NC)
Rabbi Baw'naw discusses the history of the sacred name movement and the misconceptions brought about by those who do not know Hebrew or Aramaic but who claim to know how to speak the 4 letter name of G-d phonetically. Rabbi Baw'naw also discusses how many misinterpret the passages that seem to "command" that one pronounce the 4 letter name of G-d because they don't know what the word "shem" actually means and how the english cannot really do it justice. In the final part of this teaching Rabbi Eh'bed Baw'naw discusses the ties between the prohibition of the 4 letter name and the New Testament that many do not see as significant because they are unfamiliar with the history of a particular Kohen Gadol that is mentioned in the book of Luke.
Bonus Teaching #2
(Recorded 1/9/15 from Kehilat Melech Mashyach in Morganton NC)
Rabbi Baw'naw discusses a passage often overlooked in Parshas Shemos resides in Exodus 4 which deals with overcoming hardships of disabilities and how everything, including one's disability is used by Hashem for one's own good and how it works as a blessing as opposed to the world's perception as an affliction. In this short message, Rabbi Baw'naw discusses his battle with Autism, and type 1 diabetes and how Hashem has used both in amazing ways. He also looks at the words of our Melech Mashyach Yeshua where he shows the proper way to look at a perceived disability.
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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