Traditional Christianity makes the claim that a believer in Yeshua as Messiah does not need to follow the torah. Is that true? What do the scriptures tell us? Listen in as Eddie begins this study in Romans. Do we do away with the torah because we are saved by grace through faith? Paul answers this question emphatically in Romans 3:31: Do we then make void the law through faith? Certainly not! On the contrary, we establish the torah.  After you are saved by grace through faith, Yeshua said, “If you love me, keep my commandments.”

In this teaching series in Romans, Eddie delves into a number of passages that traditional Christianity has used to make the claim that believers in Yeshua as Messiah do not need to follow the Torah. Eddie goes over these passages to reveal them in their Hebraic context with a torah perspective. We need to remember that as we study the Hebraic roots of Christianity that we must keep everything centered on Yeshua the Messiah. Yeshua said that the Hebrew scriptures are written of Him, and that the Torah is written of Him. In order to fully understand our bible, we need to see Yeshua from Genesis to Revelation.

Romans ~ Pt 1a  ~ How to Be in Right Relationship with the God of Israel

Romans ~ Pt 1b ~ The Just Shall Live by Faith

Romans ~ Pt 2a ~ Saved by Grace Through Faith

Romans ~ Pt 2b ~ Salvation by Faith is for Both Jew and Non Jew

Romans ~ Pt 3a ~ Faith is Trusting in the God of Israel and His Word

Romans ~ Pt 3b ~ God’s Righteousness v/s Self Righteousness

Romans ~ Pt4a ~ Having a Heart to Trust in Yeshua for Salvation

Romans ~ Pt4b ~ Carnally Minded v/s Spiritually Minded

Romans ~ Pt 5a ~ Dead to Sin ~ Alive to Yeshua and Torah!

Romans ~ Pt 5b ~ Our Old Man Didnt Want to Follow Torah ~ Our Old Man Must Die!

Romans ~ Pt 6a  ~ Alive in Yeshua ~ Alive to Following His Torah!

Romans ~ Pt 6b ~ “Under the Law” of Spirit of Messiah v/s “Under the Law” of Sin and Death

Romans ~ Pt 7a ~ Marriage Offer ~ Will you Follow my Torah?

Romans ~ Pt 7b ~ A Renewed Covenant with the Children of Judah and the Children of Israel