Nitzavim/Vayelech – Echoes Through Scripture

Torah Portion Nitzavim/Vayelech

Deuteronomy 29:10 - 31:30

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 Nitzavim/Vayelech, I am joined by Matthew Vander Els as we continue the discussion about how Israel in Yeshua's day understood themselves to be living under the curse of continuing exile found in Deuteronomy 28-30 and Leviticus 26. We discuss the impact that this has on our understanding of Yeshua's mission and how the prophecies proclaimed fulfilled by him are more often than not tied to the promise of restoration; the New and Greater Exodus.

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Recommended Reading list:

  • The Bible

  • Exile: A Conversation with NT Wright edited by James Scott
  • http://feedingonchrist.com/the-exodus-motiff-in-luke-acts/
  • Mishnah Yadayim 4.4
  • Paul and the Faithfulness of God by NT Wright

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Recommended Reading list:

  • The Bible

  • Exile: A Conversation with NT Wright edited by James Scott
  • http://feedingonchrist.com/the-exodus-motiff-in-luke-acts/
  • Mishnah Yadayim 4.4
  • Paul and the Faithfulness of God by NT Wright
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One comment

  1. I see a lot of discussion on Wright’s claims… some pro, some con. Unfortunately, I’m not well versed enough in history and theology to make a decision. I have read enough to think that this view is not necessarily accurate. Might be good for folks to study this out for themselves, but like myself, don’t have the time to do it. Wright is not necessarily right is what I’ve come away with.

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