Monthly Archives: January, 2013

The new missionary

So this is how it used to go: You’d get a stranger appear in your conversation or in your facebook discussion or your Torah chat group. Not much is known about him or her. But then all of a sudden you’d find them quoting the bible but giving an interpretation that is at odds with, …

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10 Years without Christianity – Part 3

Interview on UK Noahide blog, presented by Hesedyahu Hesedyahu: OK, so we back again with David Dryden, a man approaching the beginning of his 11th year since leaving christianity. And I think it’s about time we start asking some more relevant questions about the beginning of David’s current status. So David, you’ve already made it …

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You matter!

It is true that God has a special love for the Jewish people. They have a powerful covenant that is fervent like fire: when they keep God’s commandments (and they have in the past) their fire burns as a light for the whole world to see the truth of the One True God; when they …

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10 Years Without Christianity – Part 2

Interview on UK Noahide blog, presented by Hesedyahu Hesedyahu: Hi guys. So we’re continuing our interview with David Dryden, a guy who walked away from following Jesus about 10 years ago. We’re coming up to that 10 year mark in a few months, so I thought I would interview the guy, see where he’s coming …

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10 Years Without Christianity – Part 1

Passover (Pesach) this year (15th Nissan 5773 or the evening of March 25th 2013) will mark 10 complete years since I have left christianity, left Jesus behind. It’s not been an easy road since then. It wasn’t easy before then. I doubt it’s going to get any easier. But I’m here now, standing on the …

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Bringing heaven to earth

There is a saying I’ve seen online: keep 7, go to heaven.” Its originator may have meant and intended well. But the focus is wrong. Yes, it is said in the ancient Jewish writing that the righteous amongst the nations will have a place in the world to come. But why get hung up on …

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