Ki Tavo – Echoes Through Scripture

Torah Portion Ki Tavo

Deuteronomy 26:1 - 29:9

This year we will be going through the Torah portion cycle looking for themes which occur in each Torah portion that recurs throughout the rest of Scripture with a special focus on connecting them to the Apostolic Writings (New Testament).

In Ki Tavo, we will focus on the promise that Israel will be sent into exile if they refused to follow God's instructions. We will see how they still believed themselves to be in exile in the first century and how the Apostolic Scriptures must be understood with this mindset.


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Recommended Reading list:

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  • Citizens of the Kingdom by Ryan White
  • Exile: A Conversation with NT Wright edited by James Scott
  • Acts and the Isaianic New Exodus by David Pao

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  • Exile: A Conversation with NT Wright edited by James Scott
  • Acts and the Isaianic New Exodus by David Pao
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One comment

  1. This really an incredible teaching, and I can’t wait for next week’s continuation. I’ve never seen in the Scriptures that the Israelites still viewed themselves as being in exile, even while in the land. With this in view, Yeshua’s new exodus being spiritual(?) really isn’t that big of a leap.

    I’m wondering, is it a stretch to connect to the two exodus’s and the ways He did the leading? What I mean is… When Israel was in bondage to Egypt and we were PHYSICALLY saved from our exile, Yeshua came to the land spiritually and appeared as pillars of smoke and fire to lead the way to physically walk away from our bondage; and when Yeshua came to save us from our SPIRITUAL bondage, He came to land physically to show us how to walk according to the Spirit.

    I’m just kind of reacting to the teaching right now, and I’m doing this thing I do where ideas bounce around my head like crazy enough stuff sticks together and forms a cohesive thought, so I apologize for the somewhat unformed idea. But, do you think there’s something to this?

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