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The Samaritans

By Dr. Eliyahu Lizorkin-Eyzenberg First, the Samaritan Israelites defined their own existence in exclusively Israelite terms. The Samaritans called themselves – “the sons of Israel” and “the keepers” (shomrim). Jewish sources refer to the Samaritans …

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Nicodemus meets Jesus

By Dr. Eliyahu Lizorkin-Eyzenberg One of the best-known passages in the Gospels is the dialogue between Jesus and Nicodemus, in John 3:1-21. Several texts found in the Talmud mention one “Nakdimon ben Gurion”. There is …

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What Does Paul Mean by “All Israel”?

By Dr. Eliyahu Lizorkin-Eyzenberg The Apostle Shaul Paulos’, who is known today simply as Apostle Paul, assertion that “all Israel will be saved” in Rom. 11:26 is sometimes a source of confusion for those studying the New …

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Book of Jubilees and Sabbath

By Dr. Eliyahu Lizorkin-Eyzenberg As we read about the Sabbath in our time, when the Christian Sabbath-keeping practice has been virtually abrogated, it is easy for us to dismiss the passionate desire to obey the …

The Stories of the Jewish Christ Course

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How to Read Hebrew Course

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