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I am working on a special project. To enact this project I will need the help of others.

I am looking for individuals who are Torah Observant, are in full agreement with the theology of WNAE and who are studiers.

If this could be you, please send me an email titled “Project” to cleartruth@yahoo.com and tell me a little about yourself.

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Comment by Melissa Wilson on June 3, 2009 at 10:03pm
Where can I find out exactly what the WNAE theology includes
Comment by James Trimm on June 3, 2009 at 10:09pm
Well for starters there is the Statement of Faith at http://www.wnae.org then expanded in detail at in the free six lesson Davar Bible School correspondence course: http://davarbibleschool.ning.com

Also there are my blogs here and the free booklets at http://www.lulu.com/nazarene

The most complete compendium is my book Nazarene Theology available at http://www.lulu.com/nazarene
Comment by James Trimm on June 3, 2009 at 10:12pm
Also check free materials at:

http://wakeupcall.ning.com/

The Truth Talk podcast at http://www.nazarenetruth.com

And the Truth in Torah podcast at http://www.messianicvoice.com
Comment by Melissa Wilson on June 3, 2009 at 10:18pm
thank you..I have done your free courses and LOVE THEM so I will check those out to verify if I would classify outside of my avid studying researching love. Shalom
Comment by James Trimm on June 4, 2009 at 7:11am
help with a special project :-)
Comment by William R Jones on June 4, 2009 at 7:41am
As the cowboy says, I am as ready as a cocked gun--- count me as already involved in the special project.
Eliyahu
Comment by Brian Forbes on June 4, 2009 at 10:45am
Just how Torah Observant? I was under the impression that all have sinned. I'm not in full agreement with anyone, and I've never met someone that was a studier who was in full agreement with anyone else.

Did I just disqualify myself?
Comment by James Trimm on June 4, 2009 at 4:31pm
Brian,

In Hebrew the word for "Observant" is SHOMER which means to guard, keep, watch, (Similarly the English root is "observe", i.e. "to watch".

The word in no way implies that a person never violates Torah, it only indicates that they endeavor to do so.
Comment by James Trimm on June 4, 2009 at 4:33pm
Likewise if I say to someone "be observant" related to anything they might do, I am not saying that they cannot make mistakes, but that they should try not to make mistakes.
Comment by Brian Forbes on June 4, 2009 at 7:02pm
Just how much of it? I mean, you may have excuses for any of the laws you don't keep, but so does anyone that keeps any of it. I doubt you're still taking things to the temple, as there is none. You're not doing sacrifices. Maybe you are. Just how do you treat the women all around us who may be on their period and sit in our chairs? Not everyone is as educated as you are either. Some may keep what they think is Torah, but it turns out that they made it up, or misread it, or whatever. If it is intent that is important, I keep the Torah, but I don't think that you are willing to approve of all of what I do either.

This is not really the point of your post, so I'll let you message me privately or not at all. I've been trying to draw this line for years.

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