Birth of Jesus at Sukkot

Is there any evidence of a historical tradition behind celebrating Yeshua’s birth at Sukkot? BY D. THOMAS LANCASTER For a variety of reasons, some less valid than others, many people in Messianic Judaism have an aversion to celebrating the birth of our Master on the...

Jesus and the Feast of Tabernacles

by Mike Bennett Jesus once celebrated the Feast of Tabernacles even though people were trying to kill Him. Why was it so important to Him to attend that He went secretly? As Jesus was growing up, He went to the festivals in Jerusalem with His family (Luke 2:41-42). He...

Christmas is God Shining In

By J. Vernon McGee       The first time that Christ came to this earth was not two thousand years ago at Bethlehem, but some six thousand years ago in the Garden of Eden.       An abnormal emphasis has...

The Surprising Gift of Christmas

By Dr. J. Vernon McGeeThe Christmas story: What is it and how did it all begin? Some think Christmas is connected somehow with snow and fir trees and festivities. Really, it has nothing to do with these things—though Christmas trees and lights and gifts are lovely,...

South African Doctor Dr. Frans Cronjé, MBChB (UP), MSc Presents a Unique Study about ‘Physical, Mental and Spiritual Health’

By Dan Wooding – Assist News, May 27, 2014 A South African Christian doctor, Dr. Frans Cronjé, MBChB (UP), MSc, is the Principal Investigator of a three-year “physical, mental and spiritual health” study undertaken in collaboration with a ministry...

Glossolalia and Temperature Change in the Right and Left Cerebral Hemispheres

Authors: Ron Philipchalk; Dieter MuellerNovember 09, 2006 The neuroscience of speaking in tongues: The New York Times has covered a recently published brain-scanning study of five individuals who ‘speak in tongues’ – an experience also known as glossolalia –...