Jason Mahler is the producer of The Dust Cast, a podcast dedicated to discussing the ancient Hebraic context of scripture. Jason was kind enough to answer a few questions that relate to topics discussed on this blog. The Dust Cast is a great resource for discussing the necessity of reading scripture in its proper social […]
David Biven demonstrates that the Greek of the New Testament contains several signs of a Semitic background. While this is not demonstrative of an actual Hebraic text behind any of the New Testament, it is a strong indicator that to some degree, a Semitic/Hebraic tradition (either oral or written) was in place by the time […]
In this video, part two of a 12 part series, the late Dr. Robert Lindsey, of the Jerusalem School of Synoptic Research, describes how Jesus’ self-understanding as Messiah is reflected in the unique, but still thoroughly Hebraic, way he called God his Father.
John Walton, in his fantastic book Ancient Near Eastern Thought and the Old Testament, presents a means of interpreting and understanding one of the promises of the New Covenant in Jeremiah 31 – the writing of Torah on the heart of Israel and Judah. This highlights an often missed or misunderstood portion of the relevant […]
Dr. Robert Lindsey, along with Dr. David Flusser, was a founding member of the Jerusalem School of Synoptic Research. In this video, part two of a 12 part series, Dr. Lindsey describes how Jesus’ self-understanding as Messiah and also the way he describes this to those around him follows a particularly Hebraic pattern of thinking. […]