Our purpose is to seek and bring the truth to all nations, unlearn false doctrines and traditions of men, and to equip the body to live and practice the Word as God originally intended. We find that continuously examining the Scriptures (in the same Hebraic first century context and perspective in which they were written and understood) reveals to His people much more understanding, as opposed to the more common Greek mindset that is a couple thousand years removed.
Test Everything including ourselves, both popular and unpopular doctrine, and consequently reveal and promote His eternal truth while encouraging all others to do the same. Provide a vehicle to disseminate Yahweh's truth and the whole Word of God to help others also seek, teach and live out the truth of the Word. Serve the Body of the Messiah by offering free, testable, easily sharable, quality teachings for you and your house.
Our Core Values
We believe the whole unchanging Word of God is for all in the faith, and applicable today. We believe that we are to teach all nations to obey the Torah (Law of God). We believe we are saved by grace through faith in the Word of God (Jesus/Yeshua). We believe our Messiah (Jesus/Yeshua) taught the Torah and obeyed it perfectly. We believe that our Messiah died for our sins on the cross.
Duration: 13 mins 38 secs
There are claims that Yeshua wasn’t a real person, or that the New Testament is simply made up. Flavius Josephus may disagree.
Duration: 15 mins 25 secs
Isaiah 9:6-7 is among the most famous passages in Scripture, but there’s some contention about who it’s really about. Is it about the coming Messiah or Hezekiah? Some anti-missionaries say it’s about Hezekiah but mainstream Christianity, among others, say it’s about Yeshua. Who’s right? And how does the Mem Mystery fit in to this debate?
Duration: 10 mins 31 secs
Anti-missionaries assert that one man cannot atone for the sins of another. They like to cite Deuteronomy 24:16 to support their case. What happens to their argument when we examine more Scripture and the context rather than just one verse?
The Anti-Missionaries would have us believe that Psalm 110 is not Messianic, but instead that it’s about King David. In this installment of the Brit Hadasha series we will test that theory and see what we come up with.
Duration: 1 hr 1 mins 45 secs
There are countless direct and hidden Messianic references found in the TANAKH. Ancient rabbis interpreted them one way, modern Judaism interprets them another way. Why, and who is right? Find out what impact this has on realizing Yeshua as the Messiah, and why anti-missionaries attempt to teach a different perspective. This teaching not only exposes the messianic prophecies in the TANAKH that manifested into reality in the first century, but, also reveals through the Torah the timing of His first and second coming, the first as Messiah ben Yoseph, and the second as Messiah ben David.
Duration: 49 mins 47 secs
Discover how the 7 days of creation and tabernacle reveals the first and second coming of the Messiah, as Messiah ben Yoseph and Messiah ben David. See what so many others have missed regarding the Messiah Yeshua.
Duration: 27 mins 58 secs
Israel has been waiting for their Savior, their Messiah, for a long time. There have been multiple individuals called Messiah in the past, some believe Yeshua (Jesus) was that Messiah. Anti-missionaries will tell you that He was not. Here are 3 reasons we believe why Yeshua is the Messiah of Israel.
Duration: 29 mins 31 secs
When it comes to critics, there is no shortage of those who criticize the legitimacy of Yeshua being the prophesied Messiah in the TANAKH. One such criticism is that of the prophecy of a virgin birth. Join us as we test out anti-missionary claims about why Yeshua could not be the Messiah foretold.
Duration: 16 mins 37 secs
Anti-missionaries use 1 Timothy 1 and Titus 3 to indicate that Paul is anxious about avoiding the topic of genealogies. If it's true, why is it? If it's not, then why does Paul tell us to avoid the topic?
Duration: 30 mins 55 secs
What does Yeshua declaring Himself to metaphorically be the bread as His body and wine as His blood at the Last Supper mean for us? What about the fact that the Torah declares we should not drink blood? How can Yeshua use this as a metaphor when it seemingly contradicts scripture?