Many use Romans 14 to argue that “all days are now the same” according to God, and that the Sabbath is no longer important, but the context of this passage — particularly its context within second temple Judaism. [Read more]
About Tim Hegg
Tim Hegg graduated from Cedarville University in 1973 (B.A.), Northwest Baptist Seminary in 1976 (M.Div, magna cum laude) and in 1980 (Th.M., magna cum laude). He is one of the overseers at Beit Hallel, a synagogue community in Tacoma, WA. He is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, and the Society of Biblical Literature, and has contributed papers at the annual meetings of both societies. He has taught as an adjunct professor at several local seminaries in Tacoma, WA. He is the author of The Letter Writer: Paul‘s Background and Torah Perspective (FFOZ, 2002; 2nd Edition: TorahResource, 2008), FellowHeirs (FFOZ, 2003), the Four Part Series It is Often Said (FFOZ 2002-2006), Paul’s Epistle to the Romans, vol. 1 (TR, 2005) and Vol 2 (TR, 2007), Studies in the Torah, Vol 1: Genesis (TR, 2010), and editor of Tehillot HaMashiach, a Messianic Erev Shabbat and Shabbat Morning Service Siddur (TR, 2008). He is married to Paulette, and has four children and four grandchildren.
Entries by Tim Hegg
What did Yeshua (Jesus Christ) have to say about God’s Commandments? Was it His intention to abolish the Law of Moses? Investigate Matthew 5:17-19. [Read more]
Many commentators interpret Eph. 2:14 (the “dividing wall” passage) as teaching that some (all?) of God’s commandments in the Law (Torah) have been done away with, so that Jew and gentile could be “one new man” in Yeshua. But is this really what’s being said? [Read more]