Q&A 3

Join us as we take a break from the Torah Project teachings and answer four important questions: 1) Jesus came to start what new religion? 2) What does the Wilderness always symbolize? 3) What do the Scriptures, religion, theology, and the mitzvot all have in common? and 4) When did “the church” begin? Included in the discussion is a brief look at how the King James translation was used both to further nefarious agendas and for much good.

Visuals: Q&A 3.pdf

Medios Visuales: Q&A Parte 3.pdf

Categories Media, Special Teachings | Tags: , , , , , , , | Posted on December 31, 2017

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  1. by Darren Hale

    On January 7, 2018

    In light of your comments regarding the King James version. Whicch version do you think is most accurate?

  2. by L. Grant Luton

    On January 7, 2018

    Darren, This is the question that I seem to be asked more than any other. And, unfortunately, there is no English version that can come close to capturing the depth and richness of Hebrew. This is why I encourage everyone to study Hebrew to whatever degree they are able. Even a cursory survey of the language will provide rich insights into the Word. In the meantime, we will always need translations. So, it is best to use several. First, here are the ones to avoid if you wish to do an in-depth study: The Living Bible, the NIV, and the KJV. The translations that I do recommend are The Concordant Version (available at http://www.concordant.org); the NASB (I prefer the New Inductive Study Bible), but when using the NASB be sure to always follow the footnotes wherein the literal translation of certain words will be found; and the ESV is also one that I sometimes use. If you are beginning to learn Hebrew (or just want to begin), I recommend the Interlinear Chumash published by Artscroll. It is an extremely valuable tool for anyone wishing to delve into the Torah in Hebrew. I know there are many other tools available (especially the BibleWorks software. Pricey, but amazing!), but these are the ones that I am most familiar with and can recommend. I hope this helps some!

  3. by Darren Hale

    On January 8, 2018

    Thank you so much for your reply. Listening via Internet here in NZ. Enjoying the teaching. Thanks.

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