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Messianic Jewish teacher in UK

14 December 1913 Birth of Heinrich Pollack, Holocaust survivor and Hebrew Christian Pioneer in Israel

From the memorial page on facebook Heinrich Günther Israel Pollack.Born 13 Dec 1913 in Berlin. Died 01 Sep 2012 in Israel. Lived through 2 World Wars. Escaped the nazi persecution and came to Sweden 1939. Joined the Salvation Army, married … Continue reading

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13 December 1204 Passing of Moses Maimonides

“From Moses to Moses there was no one like Moses” – Rambam’s tombstone, Tiberias Moses Maimonides, original name Moses Ben Maimon, also called Rambam, Arabic name Abū ʿImran Mūsā ibn Maymūn ibn ʿUbayd Allāh, (born March 30, 1135, Córdoba [Spain]—died December 13, 1204, Egypt), Jewish philosopher, jurist, and … Continue reading

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7 December 1965 Second Vatican Council ends – New Relationship between the Jewish People and the Roman Catholic Church begins

Robert A Krieg writes “ The Second Vatican Council endorsed a change in the Catholic Church’s self -understanding and its stance toward the world and other religions. When Pope John XXIII convoked the council on December 25, 1961, he opened … Continue reading

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How Did Christmas Become So Un-Jewish? An Ironic Timeline

December 25 is by tradition the day on which the Jewish Messiah Jesus was born. So how did it become what it is today, and why is it so difficult to celebrate it as the birthday of the greatest Jewish … Continue reading

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24 February 1999 Death of David Daube #otdimjh

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24 February 1999 Death of David Daube, scholar of Judaism, Christianity and Roman Law David Daube DCL, FBA (8 February 1909, Freiburg, Germany – 24 February 199, Berkeley, California) was…

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23 February 1813 Birth of Franz Delitzsch #otdimjh

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A great scholar, man of God and lover of the Jewish people On This Day In Messianic Jewish History View original post

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Report of First International/Interconfessional Congress of Jewish Disciples of Jesus 15 February 2019 #otdimjh

The lights are dim during a Friday night service in a sanctuary that holds 4,000 people at the non-denominational Gateway Church in Dallas, Texas. Many traditional Jewish elements of the Sabbath are present: There’s a blessing over the bread and … Continue reading

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17 February 2001 Death of Richard Wurmbrand, Romanian Jewish believer in Yeshua #otdimjh

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17 February 2001 Death of Richard Wurmbrand, Romanian Jewish believer in Yeshua Early life Richard Wurmbrand, the youngest of four boys, was born on March 24, 1909 in Bucharest in a…

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16 February 1917 Rosenzweig completes Star of Redemption

One of the most significant books for Jewish-Christian relations is Franz Rosenweig’s Star of Redemption, and it is appropriate for Messianic Jews and others to celebrate and reflect on his achievement. The book is a dense academic and mystical treatise, with the … Continue reading

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