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O SALVADOR OCULTO NO CÉU

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O Segredo Mesiânico no contexto de sua origem Judaica (2 Parte): “Antes dessas coisas Enoque foi ocultado, e nenhum dos filhos dos homens soube onde ele foi escondido” (I Enoc 12:1)   Nos próximos dois posts, vamos mostrar que a referencia à vinda do Messias como oculto e revelado pode …

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Apresentação da Prof. Julia Blum

In Blog @pt-br by Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg

Olá amigos! Eu queria aproveitar esta oportunidade e agradecer a todos os que seguem o Blog  Estudos Judaicos! Eu espero que ele tenha acrescentado  muito a vocês  em sua continua exploração  das Sagradas Escrituras. Hoje  tenho uma notícia triste  e uma boa para dar a vocês. Devido a vários fatores …

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Paulo e o Shemá

In by Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg14 Comments

Paul’s vision was that together as Jews and the Nations they will establish the Torah – that is prove it right against all of her/its enemies (those who devalue the Torah)! Paul was so serious about it that in all congregations under his pastoral oversite he has set it up as an absolute rule about staying in the same status in which you were called to Messiah.

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Ainda há Judeus e Gregos em Cristo Jesus?

In by Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg3 Comments

What Apostle Saul Paul meant by the phrase “there is neither Jew nor Greek” had to do, not with cessation of difference, but with cessation of discrimination. There is no discrimination with regard to race, culture, rank, or gender, for all are one in the Jewish Christ. Gentiles will no longer be discriminated against in the Kingdom of Israel’s God. They now will play an equally important rule in God’s redemptive plan. Their faith in the Jewish Christ alone qualifies and justifies them (just as it does the Jews) in every way to be first-class citizens in God’s Kingdom, without relinquishing their important identity as the “Nations of the World”. This is exactly why Apostle Saul Paul rejoiced greatly in the decision of “Jerusalem Council”, as did all the congregations planted by him (Acts 15-16). To Paul, the justification of Gentiles by faith without the works of the Torah, did not nullify, but establish (proved) the Torah to be true (Rom.3:31).