When You Go Two Months Early

This woman’s Messianic congregation claims to follow a traditional Torah reading schedule, yet she’s over two months early with her commentary on Ki Teitzei.

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Ki Tetze – “When You Go Out” – Debarim/ Duet. 21:10-25:19

In the grand scheme of things, this is a minor mistake. (I confess I couldn’t make it through the paragraph-less pink text, so there are probably far worse things in the commentary itself.) At the same time, though, it’s a great example of the way in which Messianics feel free to take whatever they like from Judaism—in this case, the idea of scheduled Torah portions—and use it as window dressing.

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