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About New2Torah

 

 

 

Torah = First 5 books of the Bible

  • Genesis
  • Exodus
  • Leviticus
  • Numbers
  • Deuteronomy

This website was created to provide links to interesting studies around the web when I find them.  You can see my favorite links over to the left.

I was raised in the Constantinian (Christian) church since a very young age.  Like many of you, as children who grew up in a protestant environment, I went “forward” at the age of 9 and asked Jesus into my heart.  Wow have I come full circle!

Long story short I have developed in recent years a love for my Creator and a sincere willingness to seek Him in all ways and am eagerly awaiting the return of His Son Yeshua/Jesus.  One thing His Word promises to do is to reveal Him and His will to those who seek Him.  He has done that for my wife and I in a number of ways once I decided that nothing in this world is worth my attention more than Him.

People think I’m crazy and will say that the law is done away with.  They argue that Jesus nailed the law to the cross.  For every verse you give me that says the law is done away with I can give you 2-3 verses in the NT that says its not.  So either we have many contradictions in God’s Word or a misunderstanding spanning generations back to Constantine and the supposed Holy Roman Empire.

My purpose for this site is to bring simple articles and instruction teachings to those who are New 2 Torah.  I myself search the internet trying to find Torah teachers who think like I do and love Yeshua/Jesus our Messiah who was the perfect unblemished Lamb.  I find these teachers and share the teachings at this site in hopes to consolidate them for people interested in them.  The result is a great site with all kinds of different links to teachings that people can use to study the Bible.

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“If you are told that your obedience to God’s commandments is not complete unless your halachah conforms to this rabbinic dictum or that rabbinic tradition, watch out! You are being led down a slippery slope that ends in submission to the traditions of men as having equal authority with the Scriptures. Rather, like the Bereans of old, who “received the word with great eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see whether these things were so,” put everything you hear against the infallible word of God. What conforms to the Scriptures, accept; what does not, reject. Let the word of God be your sole authority for knowing what pleases God. A person determines if a stick is crooked by putting it next to a straight stick. Let the Bible be your straight stick.”
Tim Hegg