Many of you may not know, but there are a number of Nazarenes in Indonesia. In fact the HRV facebook fan page gets more friends from Indonesia than any other non-English speaking country. This is significant because Indonesia has the highest Muslim population of any nation in the world.
Nazarenes were not Ebionism proven
By James Scott Trimm
This article is to demonstrate that Nazarene and Ebionism were two and separate entities.
Some scholars in their books group both Nazarene and Ebionism into the same entity as quoted below:
"Since the Nazarenes and Ebonites (Unitarian Christians) are by all the Church historians unanimously acknowledged to have been the first Christians, or those who believe in Christ among the Jews with which,… Continue
Just a reminder, we are hosting a Shabbat meeting in the DFW area of Texas in Hurst near North East Mall from 3:00-6:00 PM each Saturday.
We are currently meeting at my home:
Hurst, TX 76053
To get here take Airport Frwy into Hurst. Exit Pipeline/Glenview.
Turn onto Pipeline Road (one direction will be Pipeline, the other
direction will be Glenview). Take Pipeline road to Arcadia (there
will be a… Continue
We are working on a new systematic plan of congregational planting and growth. The system is centered around a free class titled “Power for Living the Abundant Life” and will consist of ten sessions:
1. Who is the Assembly?
2. The Blessing and the Curse
3. The Great Apostasy
4. The Restoration
5. Reunion of the Two Houses
6. Being Grafted In
7. YHWH’s Tithe
8. The Covenant Relationship
9. The Full Armour of… Continue
The Gospel according to the Hebrews:
The Synoptic Solution
James Scott Trimm
The Synoptic Problem
Mattityahu, Mark and Luke are the synoptic gospels. In many cases these
three gospels even use identical phrasing. As a result they are known as
the "synoptic gospels." The Synoptic Problem is the problem of explaining
these similarities and their interrelationships. This problem was first
addressed in the fifth century by the… Continue
Today the International Nazarene has taken the important step of officially canonizing the following books of the Ketuvim Netzarim. This should not be construed to mean that in the past we have not regarded these books as canonical, but it seemed appropriate that a Nazarene authority should officially declare these books as canon rather than appealing to any authority from the Roman Catholic Councils of Nicaea or Trent.
G’mira: Journal of Hebrew and Aramaic New Testament Studies.
Gmira-list is a non-sectarian e-mail discussion group devoted to the academic field of Hebrew and Aramaic New Testament studies. The list is associated with the electronic journal.
G’mira—An Aramaic word meaning “perfect, full-grown, mature”
Monte Judah starts with a completely false premise saying:
"The book [Hebrews] is really an epistle (a letter) entitled to the
Hebrews, but... the writing and logic is Greek. It was written in
Greek, quoting from Greek copies of the Scriptures, and using Greek
definitions to explain and teach Hebraic things."
For fifteen years now this ministry has been on the front lines in bringing the truth of Torah and Messiah to the world, recently overcoming great obstacles, it seems the enemy never runs out of ways to attack us.
Well folks, as of this writing not one penny has come into the chip-in counter for June.
This morning I checked the account and it was at… Continue
Added by James Trimm on June 7, 2010 at 10:30am —