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Teaching the Jewish faith of Jesus of Nazareth, and of his earliest Jewish followers, through the words of the ‘Our Father’ (The abbun d’bishmayya)
The book is a collection of my sermons and on-line articles from the last 30 years. I had hoped to publish the book myself, but due to lack of funds, and current ill-health, I thought it more important to put the contents of the book before the public eye now, just in case anything happened to me.
Do you appreciate the basic teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, but have a real problem with believing that he was a god? Do you still have a genuine faith in God, but can't cope with the Christian trinity? Are you put off by the teachings of St Paul? And do you think that things like the virgin birth and original sin are unhelpful? Then we can assure you this: You're not alone!
We see Talmidaism as a spiritual descendent of early 'Jewish-Christianity'; this term was dropped because of possible misconceptions that could be carried in such a name. We believe that as a Jewish prophet, 'Jesus' would have remained faithful to the ideals and principles of the Israelite religion, and therefore would never have envisioned himself as a god, since the Israelite religion, as a core fundamental of its theology, is founded on the precept that YHVH has no physical form or incarnation - unlike the gods of pagan religions. YHVH is holy - a living God who by God's mere indwelling Presence is able to sustain and protect the good, as well as defeat and overcome evil. YHVH is therefore not like pagan gods, who can only defeat evil through blood and death.
Talmidaism is not messianic in nature - we do not believe that a messiah will save us. We believe rather that it is YHVH who will save and redeem us, and a messiah will be a mere sign that God is acting in human history. For the God of Israel is so powerful, that it is by the might of His powerful, merciful and compassionate love that He is able to forgive and save.
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