Posts Tagged ‘Ki Tetze’

Parsha “Ki Tetze” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Monday, August 31st, 2015

This week’s Torah portion is a literal litmus test for political IN-correctness…

From war brides to funny money, are we willing to read what He Wrote, or accept what fallen men say He SHOULD have?

Join Mark for Ki Tetze (Deuteronomy chapters 21 through 25) in both directions.

And, yes, this one is full of adult content for mature Bereans. Please be sure to search it out for yourselves.

First pass, Erev Shabbat, start-to-finish:

SSM Ki Tetze 28 August, 2015

On Shabbat, we take things in a different direction, for reasons that will be made clear:

WT CooH 29 August, 2015

Parsha Ki Tetze – and how the Bible is NOT “politically-correct”

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

Join Mark Call for two related, but different looks at this week’s Torah portion, Ki Tetze, from Deuteronomy 21:10 through 25:19. This week’s discussion also comes with another warning — not only is the material associated with marriage, covenant, adultery, divorce, and a number of other issues at the ‘adult’ level, but it is among some of the most politically-incorrect in Scripture. Is it the ‘traditions of man’ that matter, or are we willing to read Scripture as Written?

The first recording is the regular Erev Shabbat teaching, from the Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship, and is again an overview of the entire parsha:

SSM Ki Tetze 2014

The longer teaching from Shabbat concentrates on some of those politically-incorrect, and therefore not only overlooked but often simply distorted aspects of the Bible, as well as the connections to why ‘modern society’ is the mess that it is.

Ki Tetze – on Marriage, Divorce, Adultery, and a lot of other NOT-PC mitzvot — it’s about COVERING