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The Closed ‘Mem’ (Womb) of the Virgin

By John David Pitcher Jr., MD We’ve all heard the saying, “Something was lost in the translation.” Such is the case when a word in Scripture is translated from the Hebrew to the English, from the Hebrew to the Greek, or from the Greek to the English. It is clear that the word retains an […]

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Genetics & The Man of Controversy

By John David Pitcher Jr., MD Have you ever known a controversial person? If you know Yeshua the Messiah, you know the most controversial person in all of history. But the controversy will be over soon because the Apostle Paul wrote in Romans 14:11 and Philippians 2:10-11 that the words Isaiah prophesied pertain to the […]

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Yeshua: Our Priest King

“He is of the Lineage of both King and Priest” By John David Pitcher Jr, MD If the first use of a word in the 70 Rabbis’ translation of the Hebrew Scripture, the Septuagint (LXX) holds the key to the hermeneutical definition of the words of the New Testament, what does it say about the […]

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2017: ‘For with God Nothing Shall Be Impossible!’

By Christine Darg, Jerusalem Channel My word of faith for 2017 is summarized in Luke 1:37, “For with God nothing shall be impossible.” As much as we wanted to relax and enjoy the miracles associated with Hanukkah and Christmas, nevertheless the dark side of those events–anti-Semitism and Herod’s slaughter of the innocents–reminded us of our fallen […]

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Saved through ‘The Childbirth’

By John David Pitcher, Jr., MD “The Childbirth” If you’ve never seen the story of Christmas in Paul’s letter, 1 Timothy, I’d like to show it to you in a very controversial section of Scripture: “For Adam was formed first, then Havah. Adam wasn’t deceived, but the woman, being deceived, has fallen into disobedience; but […]

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