Wednesday, September 25, 2019

The God, a god or a human and what about the Holy Spirit?

In one of his bestsellers, The Da Vinci Code, author Dan Brown wrote: History is always written by the winners. When two cultures clash, the loser is obliterated, and the winner writes the history books - books which glorify their own cause and disparage the conquered foe.

Early Christianity is the period from the beginning of the second century CE until 325. As Christianity spread throughout other nations and Gentiles became Christians, five centers of Christianity emerged -- Jerusalem, Antioch, Rome, Alexandria and Byzantium (renamed Constantinople in 330 CE). The five bishops that controlled those centers became powerful Christian authorities and their rulings defined what Christianity was and how it would be practiced. Read the complete article at –

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

What does Son of God mean?

The words, “Son of God,” have created more confusion about Jesus than probably any other words ever used to describe him. For many centuries, powerful Christian leaders have argued, turned against one other, physically punished and even executed those who dared disagree with their Gentile meanings (non-Jewish) of “Son of God.” Read the complete article (and subscribe for FREE) at

Friday, September 20, 2019

The Highest Standard of All -- The TOV Standard!

A lot of parents have great standards for providing the “right things” for their child’s stomach to digest, but know nothing about the Biology of Beliefs and the importance of providing their child’s brain with “TOV things” for it to ingest.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Actually his name was not Jesus.

So, how can I say, “Actually his name was not Jesus”? The reason I am saying it is because we follow a guideline in our Bible studies and discussion groups that says, “My belief system will be large enough to include all of the facts . . . .”

Friday, September 13, 2019

Putting Beliefs about Our Bibles on the Table.

The next step that brings even more transparency is for participants in a Bible study or discussion to let each other know “their beliefs about the words of their Bible.” What we believe about the words in our Bible affects how we view and understand them. Read this educational email at --

Thursday, September 12, 2019

How Jewish People View Jewish Scriptures Today

This is a topic that comes up often in discussions about biblical heritages. Read the Exploring Our Biblical Heritages educational email at --

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Never say “the Bible says.”

The words - “the Bible” - are very polarizing words because of “beliefs" that are attached to them. In America 99% of Bible readers only read translations, most are reading English translations, which they call “the Bible.” A very good habit to develop is . . . . Read the complete blog at

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

What Does Christ Mean?

One of the most important words for Christians is the word “Christ.” There are two very good reasons why it is so important.

1. Jesus Christ

2. Christian = Christ + ian

Learn what it meant to the Jewish Jesus.

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Did Babylonian texts influence the scribes who produced the first scroll with the opening books of the Bible?

Did Babylonian texts influence the scribes who produced the first scroll with the opening books of the Bible? For example, the story of a Great Flood sent by the gods to destroy all human life, but one good man is warned of the impending deluge and instructed to build an ark? Click here to read complete educational email --