Ki Tisa 2022

What makes God “God”? Blending Christian and Hebraic perspectives, we begin answering this question in this year’s Ki Tisa teaching. Other topics include “chochmah-binah-da’at,” insights into the three gifts the wise men brought to the Messiah, attitudes of worship, and Sabbath rest.

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  1. by Ruth Brooks

    On February 19, 2022

    Hi Grant. I enjoyed your teaching on the 13 attributes of God. All of the attributes are very positive. But I notice in Jewish literature and in your talk no mention is made of the next verse that says God does not clear the guilty and visits the iniquity of the fathers on the 3rd and 4th generations. What do you make of these attributes?

  2. by L. Grant Luton

    On February 22, 2022

    Ruth, Due to time limitations, I did not get into it this time around. However, I do spend time on this verse in past parashah teachings. But the bottomline is this, to completely exonerate the sinful without them experiencing any consequences to their behavior is, fundamentally, not a merciful and loving thing to do. Negative consequences are an effectual corrective to bad behavior! Hope this helps!

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