by Christopher Fredrickson
This week has been very exciting with the new sample chapters released of the Rabbinic Gospels and the new translation from the original Aramaic sources (you can find out more on this at www.RabbinicGospels.com) but also I was recently featured in the local newspaper for the Rabbinic Gospels and for the Bible Study I host on Wednesday nights in downtown Morganton, NC. I wanted to share this article with all of you and also make note of a few corrections that need to be made in this article. My schminkah which I was granted a few years ago puts me more on a Moreh level not a Rabbinic level. And even that license is non-accredited. Upon further research of this I don't like to be called "Rabbi" because I feel I have not done the overall work I need to in order to be called that and I do not have accredited papers for this. Secondly, there is no registration for the class, just show up and let me know ahead of time so I can make sure to have enough note printouts for everyone. Thirdly, they referred to the study as a "class" and I don't see it as that because we are an interactive bunch. Also, it says the "class" would be a year, yet what I meant by this is that the Torah Portion cycle goes on for the entire year. So we had our wires crossed a little on that. But I do have to say, the article was very flattering, the reporters who attended last week we amazingly gracious and kind, and we were blessed to have them, and they said they plan to attend weekly which I think is awesome. Also, I wanted to let each of you know, for those who are unable to attend each week's study will be recorded and posted for free download and viewing on Vimeo and will be also played on-demand on the Nashama Chochmah Television Roku channel. But I hope and pray you enjoy the article below.
Theological Insights from Rabbi Eved Banah the North American Rebbe of Ani Judaism