Examples of their perspicuity:
- Denying the simple commandment to wear tzitzit: 3505 words.
- Denying Passover and replacing it with Easter: 3740 words (and planning a "Part 2" and "Part 3"! Whoah!)
- Denying the Feast of Trumpets: 2668 words.
- Denying Yom Kippur: 974 words.
- Denying the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot): 1272 words.
- Denying Hebrew as the Holy Language of God: 2274 words.
- Denying the Hebrew word "Shekinah" as a term for "the dwelling place of God": 1354 words.
That last article listed above (denying the word "shekinah") - 1300+ words - is especially appalling because part of their worthless argument is that the word "Shekinah" is found nowhere in the Bible! Really? Since a descriptive word is not found in the Bible, this is important enough to deny it as an endearing term for the "Presence or dwelling place of God"? Well, I hate to break it to you, but "Christmas and "Easter" are also not found anywhere in the Bible! But I don't see any articles on this same site denying those phoney holidays! (I should not be surprised really since they spent 2000+ words denying that Hebrew is God's language!)
The whole tenor of this horrible blog is centered on denying the "Messianic Movement" - those of us who recognize and accept the simple idea (found throughout the Bible) that we are, as humans on earth, expected to obey the Word of God. This horrible blog spends enormous time and energy denying our responsibility to obey God, while hiding behind a seriously misguided "truth".
I feel especially bad for those people who have found this awful site and have thus been misled by this "Internet Expert" and have fallen for his/her version of "truth". This is a huge problem with the Internet today. There are no "peer reviews"; and there is no "value/honesty/truth assessment" made - absolutely ANYONE with ANYTHING to say can post their thoughts and opinions for all to see and believe! The problem is, it is up to the reader to ferret out the good stuff from the bad. Sadly, in my experience, I've come to realize that few possess the needed intellect and skill to do that. It's sad but true!
Well, here is a COMPLETE debunking of that ENTIRE blog site in just 23 words: "The sum of the matter, when all is said and done; Revere God and observe His commandments! For this applies to all mankind." (Ecclesiastes 12:13) - And that IS in the Bible! Deny that!