The Book of Romans
Join respected teacher Dwight A. Pryor in an in-depth study of Paul, his Hebraic thought and his letter to the congregation of Jews and Greeks at Rome.
Build It and He Will Come
Dwight paints a powerful picture of God's design for His people in the principles of the Sabbath.
Highways in Their Hearts
Sung by pilgrims on their ascent toward Jerusalem for the great Feast Days of the Lord, these jewels of the Psalter can be viewed as archetypes of moving up into the presence and power of God.
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A Taste of Torah
In this inspiring devotional commentary, respected Hebraic teacher Keren Hannah Pryor takes you through the yearly Torah reading cycle. On Sale Now.
On This Rock (Part 09 of 12) Two Pillars of Worship in the Early Church
I don’t know about you, but I’m finding this series increasingly fascinating and challenging because now we’re getting down to where you and I live. In other words, what does this mean for us? How do we take these principles and apply them?
A Scarlet Thread of Redemption?
Is it true, as widely held in Christian circles, that the thematic unity of the Bible is to be found in its story of redemption?
Exploring the Implications of Jewish Roots for Christians: Perspective
Time magazine (March 2008) identified “Re-Judaizing Jesus” as one of ten trends changing the world. Though we may quibble with their title we agree with their assessment.
Wrestling with Hebrews
One of the most beloved books in the New Testament is also one of the most puzzling and problematic. The Epistle to the Hebrews (as it came to be called) significantly shaped Christian thought from the earliest centuries. Indeed an early manuscript placed it immediately after Romans. A MORE HEBRAIC reading of Hebrews in its first-century setting is possible. Here are some suggestions...