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Do you consider yourself a:
Two House Believer
Books I consider Canonical:
Tanak (Old Testament)
Favorite version of Scriptures:
"The Scriptures" (ISR)
About me:
I am a videographer in Oklahoma. I have a beautiful wife and three precious children.
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I enjoy theological research especially in the areas of kabbalah and the two houses of Israel.
What is your favorite Book of the Scriptures?
How did you hear of NazareneSpace?
I found it doing research on the kabbalah.

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Holocaust film to be made in Oklahoma

Posted on May 2, 2011 at 11:59am 0 Comments

Hello everyone.


Hello, I am a film student at Oklahoma City Community College and I am currently in pre-production on a Holocaust short film. The screenplay has been endorsed by Gray Frederickson (Producer of the Godfather trilogy) and Greg Mellott (Emmy award winning screenwriter).


The subtext of the film deals with compelling and complex issues of spirituality. In particular…


Acts 15 - A mission to reinstate Ephraim, not Noachide

Posted on September 16, 2009 at 9:00am 1 Comment

I have heard people say that Acts 15 is a mission to turn gentiles into Noachides. And that the four laws given in Acts 15 are an example of the limited amount of Torah the gentiles/Noachides have to do. While this is an interesting concept and attempt at reconciling Jewish and Christian theology, I believe there is another more likely scenario at work. I believe Acts 15 is not talking about "gentiles" at all. It is talking about Israelites, in particular the 10 northern tribes who had absorbed… Continue

Kabbalist Yeshua - Eat my fleash and drink my blood.

Posted on September 13, 2009 at 1:53am 10 Comments

Yohanan 6:53-63 "Yeshua therefore said to them, truly, truly, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the son of Adam and drink his blood, you possess no life in yourselves. He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood possesses everlasting life, and I shall raise him up in the last day. For my flesh is truly food (meat) and my blood is truly drink...But Yeshua knowing within himself that his taught ones were grumbling about this, said to them, does this make… Continue

Kabbalistic Yeshua 1.1

Posted on September 4, 2009 at 7:30am 3 Comments

The Sefirotic tree of life

The ten sefirot or the ten ementions of Hashem's divine attributes is an exclusively Jewish concept. I doubt I have to explain to you the pervasiveness of this concept in kabbalistic texts. The kabbalists provide a path in which to travel up and down these sefirot and the following is the top-down path. Beginning at Keter (will of Hashem) you go to Chochmah (wisdom), then Binah (understanding), and then to Chesed (kindness goodness), and next to Gevurah… Continue

In response to "Exposing the roots of Rabbinic Judaism and their link to Rome"

Posted on August 21, 2009 at 12:30pm 35 Comments

The following is a quote from that article.

“Ma’asim” (mah-ah-seem): “Acts or deeds that serve as precedents or laws of standard behavior”—

like the wearing of the sun disc hat (kippah) and lighting of Shabbat candles with the prayer that

says: “Blessed are you, King of the universe, who has commanded us to light the Shabbat candles”.

Come on now folks, did Yahuweh command us to light candles on Friday night? -- NO! Did He teach

us to have a special type water…

Comment Wall (8 comments)

At 9:51am on August 24, 2009, Jason Jordan said…
Absolutely! It is rare to find someone else in this movement with this view.

Are you anywhere near Rabbi Robert O. Miller's concregation in Temple Texas. He's my Rabbi and he was trained at the Chabad for several years after withdrawing from Christianity. He is a very insightful man and I cannot recommend enough his teachings.

I pop onto Nazarene space about once a week to post Pslams studies and have a quick browse. I'll have to just see if you're on line when I'm here to have a chat. Things are pretty busy at present with our congregation. It's so good to meet someone who isn't judgmental, but on the contrary respectful toward the Chabad movement.

Shalom, Shalom!

At 1:28pm on September 3, 2009, Chris Brody said…
Sorry Shawn, I still cannot see your kabbalistic-yeshua blog. I tried using a search but with no success.
At 3:50pm on September 3, 2009, Chris Brody said…
Thanks for the comment, the link still doesn't work. I see 2 blog links on your profile:
This seems strange-I wonder if that may be private or something?
At 8:22am on September 4, 2009, Chris Brody said…
Thanks Shawn, I see the blog at a slighty new URL:
I hope you will post this to the Nazarene Kabbalah group?
At 10:35am on September 4, 2009, Chris Brody said…
Sorry my writing is a little incoherent, I am still really new to both the New Covenant and Kabbalah. So far I have been learning the Kabbalah from popular sources such as The Secret by M. Berg and God is a Verb. Here is an example of the difference I see between the teaching of Yeshua and how the Kabbalah is taught by popular sources:

My understanding is that Yeshua teaches that we must give in order to help someone who is left half dead by the side of the road, for example. (URL: [Luke 10:25-37, parable of Good Samaritan]) The Kabbalah books I have read teach giving in a different way: to do things like giving anonymously or giving to restore the former wealth of another person.

Of course, both ways of giving are valuable and will be rewarded by the Creator. However, the teaching from Yeshua seems focused on giving more specifically for the survival of the poor/destitute, and yes he does derive the teaching of Luke 10:25-37 from Jewish law.

What I was trying to say is that what Yeshua was teaching the Jews to do is (in general) not contradictory to Jewish law, and it was very little that Yeshua actually proclaimed himself to be the Messiah. So even though it is the Messianic and Nazarene Jews who proclaim Yeshua as Messiah, it should be OK for all Jews to follow most of the teachings of Yeshua.

BTW, when I say "Our Kabbalah" I meant the important Jewish teachings related to the Kabbablah that are acceptable to all Jews. While not all Jews would accept our beliefs about who the Messiah ben Joseph would be (Yeshua), what Yeshua taught us to do would as you know be consistent with the teachings of the Jewish Kabbalah.

I thank you for posting the Kabbalistic Yeshua blog-I have read through it very quickly so far. I do have some hope that all Jews may have some unity in following the Kabbalah (for healing, for example) despite our differences in accepting or rejecting Yeshua.
At 10:21am on September 7, 2009, Chris Brody said…
Thanks again for the Kabbalistic Yeshua blog, I have found it very helpful (I can already identify some real junk out there). My only difficulty is that the references by page number seemed specific to a specific version; references that point through an online version would be a bit easier for beginners like myself. If I knew the Kabbalah better I would volunteer to help out.

I am actually very interested in Kabbalistic healing in the style of Yeshua (and Shaul) and am finding out how much I still have to learn=)
At 5:27pm on October 5, 2009, Joe L. Henderson said…
Shawn you might be interested in seeing how far along the modern state of Israel is on positive ID of the ten lost tribes and remnants thereof. Saw an excellent film an year or so back on their research and ID.
At 8:21pm on December 04, 2009, Lionel Lenox gave Shawn a gift

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