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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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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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12 February Auto da Fe in Seville(1481) and Toledo (1486) #otdimjh

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12 February Auto da Fe in Seville(1481) and Toledo (1486) On February 12, 1481 in Seville twelve conversos were burned alive for allegedly practicing Judaism in the first recorded Auto da Fe…

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11 February 1955 Bruno Hussar founds Neve Shalom#otdimjh

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11 February Bruno Hussar founds the Work of St James (Neve Shalom) 1955 and issues Statutes of the Association (1956) Two related events in the history of Jewish believers in Yeshua,…

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10 February 1840 Christchurch, Jerusalem, foundation laid #otdimj

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12 October 1891 Birth of Edith Stein, Saint St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross #otdimjh

  David Novak, a Conservative Jewish Rabbi and theologian, says of Edith Stein: Jews have been able to dismiss most modern Jewish converts to Christianity as people motivated by social or professional ambition, self-hatred, ignorance, or mental imbalance. But anyone … Continue reading

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