Christopher discusses the parsha Chayeia Sarah (Genesis 23:1-25:18, 1 Kings 1:1-31, Matthew 8:19-22, and Luke 9:37-62) in terms of death, what it signifies in Judaism and how someone using the example of Abraham would go about in honoring a loved one who has passed on. We also see how this directly parallels our relationship with Yeshua (Jesus) as well.
In this week's Torah Portions for Christians, Christopher discusses the importance of hospitality and how it is a Torah principle and how it is the foundation of keeping the commandments of God. In the second segment Christopher discusses how Lot offering up his daughters aligns with Zechariah 14:1-5 and the returning of Yeshua (Jesus) through the Semitic Threshold Covenant.
Christopher discusses circumcision in the context of Genesis and Romans chapter 3-4 as well as why a Tzaddik (Abram) had to fall and how it is for the glory of God. Plus the hidden mystery of the yodh in Sarai's name being lifted and Christopher discovers where it went. All this and much more.
Christopher discusses the bent and the upright nun and tzade found in the Hebrew of the Torah Portion Noach and points out why it changed. Also discussed is reason for the rainbow in terms of covenant and why God chose a rainbow as a sign and how it relates to marriage covenant. In the 2nd half of the show Christoper discusses the most misinterpreted verse in the New Testament and how it relates to Noah, some claim it is evidence of a "pre-trib rapture" however Christopher shows how it is 100% not the case by investigating other verses as well as the parallel that Yeshua/Jesus himself showed as being a parallel to Noah.