Hebraic Christianity and the Bible

Context and understanding through a first-century perspective of the language and chronology.
Returning to our roots


Christian Hebraic Roots MaterialThe foundational texts of the Torah / instructions or Nomos in the New Testament, were the checks and balances whereby the Bereans in the Book of Acts came to test and scrutinise all of Paul’s teachings and writings on the Messiah of Israel, even before a New Testament was available. 2 Timothy 3:16-17 states . . . All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for instruction, for conviction, for correction, and for training in righteousness.

Mainstream Orthodoxy teach then that Nomos or simply ‘instructions’ in Hebrew or Law in the epistles of Paul in the New Testament, has been now abandoned, nullified, abolished, reduced and replaced in varying degrees.

Are the Biblical dietary instructions that are for our positive well-being and good now abolished and all food/meat is now deemed clean as many claim? Does God change His Word? Has the command to rest on a specific day now been transferred to a Sabbath Sunday? Has Babylonian, Hellenistic and ancient sun-god, occult holidays and practices replaced the appointed feasts (moedim) as instituted by YeHoVaH in the Torah and observed by Yeshua, Paul and the disciples?

Many of us may ask, do any of these things matter anymore? Should they even apply to our lives? And, anyway, hasn’t all of this passed away and been abolished and does not apply anymore – as some so mistakenly claim.

If you’ve been anxious for “something more,” be prepared to discover answers that will reshape your understanding and perspective and shed a renewed light on the evidence that proves the Bible’s eternal veracity through a clearer awareness of the context, language, idioms, culture, history, and religious-political backdrop of that era.

Hebraic Christianity and Faith

Is it now time to return to the true Christian Hebraic and Messianic understanding of our renewed covenant as Jesus taught in his opening foundational statements in Matthew 5:17-18 when he said:

Think NOT (don’t even think about it, don’t even go there, do not devise) that I am come to destroy the law (the Torah, Nomos), or the prophets: I am NOT come to destroy, but to fulfil
(From G4134; pleroo, to make replete, that is, (literally) to cram (a net), level up (a hollow).

For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot (yod = the smallest letter in the Hebrew alpha- bet) or one tittle (taggim = the decorative crown on certain Hebrew letters) shall in no wise pass from the law (the Torah), till all be fulfilled.

Renew Your Faith.

I hopethe learning material and pages will restore and renew your understanding of scripture. Poor translation and interpretation for millennia awill be now deciphered, chapter by chapter, and restored to their correct context within a Christian, Hebraic, Messianic first-century understanding that is still very relevant to us today