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The Bible is God’s self-revelation to humanity. Reawaken your faith and gain new insights into the Scriptures through Torah Club.…

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What is Torah?
The Torah Reading Cycle

Jewish people throughout the world stay in sync with one another by reading and studying the very same passage of Scripture at once, week by week. This remarkable act of unity has been going on for centuries, and you can become a part of it today!…

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What is Torah?

The books of Moses provide a solid footing for the entire Bible.

The Torah is an ancient scroll containing the books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy—the first five books of the Bible.

The Torah is the foundation of faith in Yeshua. All of the concepts associated with the Gospel—such as God, holiness, righteousness, sin, sacrifice, repentance, faith, forgiveness, covenant, grace and the kingdom of heaven on earth—are introduced in the Torah. Basic sacraments and rituals like baptism, communion, prayer and blessing all come from the Torah. Faith in Jesus is meaningful because of the Torah. Without the Torah, the Gospel has no foundation on which to stand.

The Hebrew word torah is translated "law" in most of our English Bibles. The Torah is called the Law of Moses because Moses wrote it, but the Torah is more than just a legal code. The word "Torah" (תורה) is from the Hebrew root, yara (ירה) which means "to instruct," or "to teach." Although it does contain laws, Torah itself is not only a "law," but it is God’s "teaching" and "instruction." That explains why the word Torah is often used to refer to the whole Bible. From our perspective, even the Gospels, Acts, Epistles, and Revelation fall under the broad definition of Torah. It’s all God’s instruction, and it’s all rooted in the Torah of Moses.

The Torah is the story of God’s people and how they came to be the people of God in the first place. The Torah is something all believers have in common. We all have this common ground. The Torah is our shared origin. It is God’s book.

About Torah Club

About

The Bible is God’s self-revelation to humanity. Reawaken your faith and gain new insights into the Scriptures through Torah Club.…

Continue reading »

What is Torah?
The Torah Reading Cycle

Jewish people throughout the world stay in sync with one another by reading and studying the very same passage of Scripture at once, week by week. This remarkable act of unity has been going on for centuries, and you can become a part of it today!…

Continue reading »

Partner With Us

Receive Free Resources

Torah Club study resources span the whole of Scripture. When you join us as an FFOZ Friend, you not only benefit in receiving a selection of these study resources free, you also become a co-laborer with us in this work.

Become an FFOZ Friend