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My guest is Holly Eastburg from HebrewRootsMom.com.
Is the Torah still relevant to us today? Does it have anything to do with Salvation? Do we really need to keep the Torah with its laws and teachings? Is there a more significant spiritual blessing for those who do? Holly and I discuss that and more in today’s episode.
From Holly’s website:
My family and I are on a journey to grow spiritually and strengthen our Christian faith through a deeper understanding of the Old and New Testament and the culture of our Messiah, Jesus.
Studying the bible from a Jewish perspective can provide a great deal of biblical understanding. Each member of my family has grown spiritually since we started practicing our faith according to our Biblical roots and making this a part of our family’s legacy. It’s my desire for other Christians and their families to grow along with us and I welcome you to join us on this journey. I’ll share our beliefs, traditions, recipes, and more to help you on your Hebrew Roots journey also. I hope it’s as much a blessing to your family as it has been to ours!
Her book, Bring Shalom to Your Home welcomes Christians to bring peace and completion to their lives by providing ways to live out their Biblical faith. Led by ancient traditions and Scripture, Holly Eastburg teaches the basics of practicing the Hebraic Christian faith through these topics:
The Hebrew Roots of the Christian Faith, The Sabbath (Shabbat), The Biblical Holy Days (Moedim), Passover (Pesach), Unleavened Bread (The Feast of Matzah), Firstfruits (HaBikkurim), Shavuot (Pentecost), Feast of Trumpets (Yom Teruah/Rosh Hashanah), Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles), Hanukkah (Feast of Dedication), Purim, The Shema, The Biblical Hebrew Language, A Biblically Clean Diet, Studying the Bible, The Biblical Calendar, Finding a Church, Teaching Your Children, Explaining Your Faith to Your Others.
Is the Torah relevant? I’m not sure that it is in the same way as it is to an orthodox person, but yes, those books of the Bible that are included in the Torah are part of God’s Word, and is as relevant today as they ever were.