they were the original followers of Yeshua (whom Christians call Jesus) who lived according to Torah and the Ketuvim Netzarim (writings of the Netzarim). Like the ancient Nazarenes, modern Nazarne Jews recognize the Tanak ( commonly called the “Old Testament”) and the Ketuvim Netzarim (commonly called the. Apocryphal Writings of the Ketuvim Netzarim. The Third Letter of Paul to the Corinthians · The Letter of Paul to the Laodiceans · The Letter of Paul to the.

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27 Books of Ketuvim Netzarim Canonized – Nazarene Space

Your voice is missing! You will need to register to be able to join in fellowship with Christians all over the world. Discussion in ‘ Messianic Judaism ‘ started by insaneinthebrainMar 8, We hope to see you as a part of our community soon and God Bless! Discuss a book from the Ketuvim Netzarim? Multiple votes are allowed.

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Results are only viewable after voting. Mar 8, 1. Is anyone interested in a group study of one of the books from the Ketuvim Netzarim aka Brit Chadasha, New Testament, them books at the back of my Bible? I would be netzarm for a discussion of Luke, Romans, Galatians, or James Does this interest anyone? We teamed up with Faith Counseling.


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Mar 8, 2. I’m up for whatever is chosen. Mar 8, 3. Mar 8, 4. We’ve started these before but we only get to chapter 2 before it peters out. How bout netzarin avoid the chapter by chapter thing and do a thematic study For example, one of Yeshua’s parables at a time? Like Debi is doing going through the Psalms. That way there is focus and a fresh topic with each neyzarim. Just my 2 cents.

Mar 8, 5. Mar 8, 6. Or we could start with one of the smaller letters thus getting through it in a reasonable amount of time would be encouraging to stick through the other long ones?

Then possibly John 1 ,2,3? Netzaim 9, 7. I like the ideas about parables, Jude and John’s letters.

What about making a poll with a few ideas? Mar 9, 8. Mar 9, 9. I guess I could slap a poll on this thread. Mar 9, Book of Enoch suggested by Jasmine the heretic.

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Mar 10, Not sure how many Poles we have here, but I don’t think they would like that too much! Jazmine, the book of Enoch isn’t part of the Ketuvim Netzarim. Although jhe is mentioned in three of the books in there, Jude being one. I’d also be game for some learning about the shorter books like Titus, Philemon Yes lets do anything! I’ve been going through a book a week with a Torah group and I was sick for a month and missed Ephesians,Phillipians, and Acts.


Hey, I don’t think it’s a good idea to be speaking of poles and heretics all in the same thread, youknowwhatImean? Mar 12, Any other suggestions before I add the poll?

Mar 15, So where is the pole? Mar 18, I sure hope this study isn’t going to take as long as it is to even decide on what we are studying, I don’t plan on being on earth that long! You must log in or sign up to reply here. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is: Login Register New Post. Search Forums Recent Posts. Search Media New Media.