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Myth.  Jesus celebrated Hannukah not Christmas, and we should be celebrating Channukah instead of pagan Christmas

Myth. Hanukkah commemorates the miracle of the oil and the victory of the Maccabees over the Gentile rule and should be celebrated by those in Hebrew Roots or Messianics instead of pagan Christmas. 

Myth. God ordained Hanukkah and it is Scriptural, therefore Messianics and Christians should celebrate it instead of Christmas. The ceremonies are found in the Scriptures.  

Myth: The Hanukkah Menorah with nine candles symbolizes Christ and therefore all Messianics and Christians should be celebrating Hanukkah instead of pagan Christmas.  

Myth. Christians believe Christmas is Jesus' birthday. 

From> Research > Topichr >Hebrew Roots FAQS & Myths >
section  >  Sacrifices, Feasts, Celebrations
Myth. We should celebrate Purim as part of the holidays found in the Old Testament. Feb 28, 2010

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From> Research > Topichr >Hebrew Roots FAQS & Myths >
From series/section  >   Basic Doctrine

Myth:  Hebrew Idioms, Hebraic Idioms, Hebrew Mindset, and a Hebraic Mindset are Necessary for Understanding the Scriptures

Feb 24, 2010

Myth: Zechariah 8:23 states that 10 men will take hold of a Jew, which means that the gentiles will return to the "ancient paths" and keep Torah by grabbing hold of a Messianic person who understands that we must keep the Law/Torah; and who has the "Hebraic mind-set" in order to correctly understand the Scriptures. The Messianics are really (Gentiles in most cases claiming to be) Jews who are Israelites of the House of Israel aka Ephraimites, who are actually part of the "lost" tribes and are Torah observant. 

Feb 24, 2010
From >series/section  >   Under the Law 

Myth. The "613" (rabbinical count) commandments were given to Moses, and  are all considered the Torah. 

Feb 24, 2010

Myth. Jesus wore a tallit with the fringe knots representing the 613 commandments. Jesus wore a prayer shawl (tallit) and so should we 

Feb 24, 2010

Myth. Jesus wore a kippah and so should we  

Feb 24, 2010

Myth. Paul taught to tithe to the Levites which today would be to 'Torah' teachers.

Feb 24, 2010

 Tithing in the Old Testament     

Myth: Tithing is part of New Testament doctrine

Myth:  From Genesis to Revelation, there are hundreds of commandments and ordinances. Yet, believers are never told to read the Bible. Out of all the mitzvot, this one is just not there.

Feb 24, 2010

Myth: According to Micah 4:2 The Law, as disseminated by particular Hebrew Roots teachers, will go forth out of Zion (meaning physical Jerusalem) and then God/Jesus will teach us Torah in the millennium. 

Feb 24, 2010
From >series/section  > Names for God and Jesus

Myth. The name Jesus is the same as zeus or some female pagan deity, or the abomination of desolation; means pig, horse or other unflattering definitions. ??? is the true name or sacred name... 

Feb 24, 2010

Myth. YAHshua is the "true" name of Jesus.

Myth. There were no 'J's in Hebrew so His name could not be Jesus

Myth. God and Lord are pagan names, which must be expunged from our Bibles and vocabulary.  XXX is the True Name of God or sacred name. ...

Feb 24, 2010
From >series/section  >  Language

Myth. None of the apostles (or Jesus) spoke any Greek, because it was a pagan language. No Jew would ever speak Greek. 

Feb 24, 2010

Myth. Hebrew will be the Holy language of heaven or Hebrew is the Holy language of heaven or the divine language of Heaven. People can learn it now, from special Hebrew Roots scholars.

Feb 24, 2010

Myth. It is not possible to curse in Hebrew. 

Feb 24, 2010

Myth. Clarity will comes through word studies and research with books like Hebrew dictionaries and lexicons. By recognizing Hebrew idioms and learning the differences between modern translations, bad translations and humanism., which muddle our understanding, but learning the ancient Hebrew language, is just the start to really studying the scriptures. We also need to learn the Hebrew culture.  

Feb 24, 2010
From >series/section  > Scriptures

Myth. The NT was originally written in Hebrew/Aramaic, not Greek because Greek is from pagan influences and/or filled with translation errors, which they must eliminate or "correct".      

Feb 24, 2010

 Myth.  Most of the Scriptures were originally written in the Hebrew and Aramaic languages

Feb 24, 2010

Myth: Khaboris Codex Aramaic Peshitta New Testament Manuscript (Khabouris Codex) has come under harsh attack by the Greek primacists because they are fearful that the authority of the Greek Scriptures may be undermined. The Khabouris Manuscript proves Aramaic primacy of the NT manuscripts.   

Feb 24, 2010

Myth.  Jesus and the apostles quoted exclusively from the Old Testament, and the New Testament writings were just meant to be letters, and were never to be
considered Scripture. Therefore our doctrine must first come from the Law of Moses. The New Testament is merely discussing the Old Testament and is not Scripture inspired by God like the OT.
    

Feb 24, 2010

Myth. The "Hebrew Matthew, or Shem Tov, or Shem Tob Matthew prove a Hebrew original.  The Hebrew Matthew proves that the NT was written in Hebrew first.

Feb 24, 2010

Myth. The ISR Scriptures, Hebrew Roots Version (HRV), Restoration Scriptures, etc. are translated with the correct sacred names while also removing declared pagan elements.  

Feb 24, 2010

   The ISR : The Scriptures

   The Restoration Scriptures True Name Edition (RSTNE) 

   The Hebrew Roots Version (HRV) by James Trimm

Myth. David Stern's Complete Jewish Bible (CJB), is the best Bible to use

Feb 24, 2010

Myth. King James intentionally altered a Biblical name (Jakob) so that he could place his name (James) into the scriptures

Feb 24, 2010

Myth. The book of Hebrews is full of error, therefore not really canon.  updated

Feb 24, 2010

Myth. Galatians is misunderstood by Christians, so it needs to be redefined and reinterpreted by Hebrew  Roots 'scholars' or removed entirely  

Feb 24, 2010

Myth. The Masoretic Texts were written by corrupt Jewish scribes, and we should use the Septuagint or LXX as authoritative 

Feb 24, 2010

Myth: Paul never wrote the book of Romans. It says right in your Bible that Paul never wrote the book of Romans, he dictated it to Tertius.  

Feb 24, 2010

Myth. The issue with the camel and the eye of the needle is not an idiom but a bad translation, in which the word "large rope" should have been used. This ‘opens up a whole new can of worms,’ as a separate issue of mistranslating the texts by pagan Greeks and the need to search for the truth

Feb 24, 2010

From> Research > Topichr >
Hebrew Roots FAQS & Myths series/section  >   Under the Law 

Myth: The handwriting of ordinances in Col 2:14 refer to the oral law or oral Torah, also known as the Talmud. The oral law is inferred in the NT in other of Paul's writings, like Galatians, which is the correct understanding of "under the Law"

Feb 6, 2010
 

 Myth: Christians are antinomians because they don't keep the Sabbath on Saturday and therefore violate Torah.  

Feb 6, 2010

  Myth. We need to keep the Sabbath, as part of the commandments, and to not do so means we are lawless or "anti-nomian".

Feb 6, 2010

Myth Acts 15 tells us that we are to learn and keep the law of Moses and that Gentiles who convert can start with just the basic list, but should become fully obedient to the law over time as they grow spiritually. 

Feb 6, 2010

Myth. We are under the law of Torah or Law of Moses, because Jesus said in Matthew 5:17-19 that He didn't come to destroy the law and heaven and earth haven't passed away, therefore we must follow it over pagan Christian teachings.

Feb 6, 2010
  Did Jesus bring a New Torah with the New Covenant?

Myth. We need to keep all the Biblical feasts or Jewish celebrations and eat kosher food in order to be Torah observant (keep the law) and obedient and show we belong to God.  

Feb 6, 2010

Myth. The Vision of the Sheet which Peter had, found in Acts 10, refers strictly to people, and does not include food like Christians believe. We are to keep kosher, and not eat certain foods because that violates Torah.

Feb 6, 2010
Keeping the Feasts?

From> Research > Topichr >
Hebrew Roots FAQS & Myths section  >  Sacrifices, Feasts, Celebrations
Myth: Zechariah 14:16 is The Biblical Reason for Keeping the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot)   Feb 6, 2010
The Feast of Tabernacles and The Millennial Reign    

From> Research > Topichr >
Hebrew Roots FAQS & Myths series/section  >   Under the Law  Jan 23, 2010
Myth. The bride of Messiah will only be those who are Torah obedient, meaning keeping the law of Moses (Sinai covenant) Jan 23, 2010
Whose Law Was It?
How Torah Observant?
The Law of Moses Versus The Truth of the Gospel
The Definition of Faith

Myth. The bride of Messiah will only be those who have the correct "Hebraic" Name for God and "Yahshua".

Jan 23, 2010

Myth: The New Testament is merely "Yahshuah's (or whatever variation) interpretation of the Tenakh" To be clear, they believe that what Jesus spoke was merely an "interpretation" of the Old Testament. 

Jan 23, 2010

Myth. Christians worship an antinomian or lawless  Jesus, but He was Torah observant, and we are to follow His example of that.

Jan 23, 2010
Myth. Paul was Torah observant Jan 23, 2010
Did Paul teach to keep the Passover and feasts?
Did Paul give animal sacrifices?
Did Paul Teach Tithing?

Myth: Some say that Paul advocated circumcision by advising Timothy to have one done, and therefore if one follows the Mosaic Law, it is part of keeping Torah.

Jan 23, 2010
Myth. Paul taught to tithe to the Levites which today would be to 'Torah' teachers. Jan 23, 2010
 Tithing in the Old Testament

Myth: Tithing is part of New Testament doctrine

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