One law for Jews & Gentiles +
One faith in Yeshua the Messiah =
One people

One Torah Start Here signWhere to Start?

If you’re new to Torah or to the Messianic movement, welcome to One Torah! The best place to begin is with our Start Here video. It includes answers to common questions and the foundational teachings that will prepare you to go deeper into your study of the Torah.

 

Already keeping Torah?

If you’ve already been keeping Torah for a while and are looking to study the more challenging subjects, we recommend starting with our Messianic Bible Study section. And if you have original, high quality teachings of your own, we’d be happy to post them on our website! Click Submit a Torah Teaching to learn how.

 

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Jewish Trinity/Two Powers of the Godhead

This is a great teaching by Dr. Michael S. Heiser of the Naked Bible Blog. If you’ve ever wondered about the Angel of the LORD or how Yeshua (Jesus) manifested himself in the old testament, this teaching on the Jewish trinity will explain a lot! And let us know what you think in our comments box…

One Law for all

One law for all?

Part of our Messianic Bible Study Is there one law for Jews & another for Gentiles? This may be the most important teaching of this ministry. If we could conclusively show from the Scriptures themselves that Yahweh, the God of Israel, has always had but one law for all His people, then the man-made doctrines…

Torah Blog Questions

Ask Torah Questions

  Ask Torah Questions is where you can ask questions and we’ll do our best to answer you and interact with you! Feel free to post a question or comment, we’d love to hear from you!   One Torah welcomes polite discussion and debate about our teachings. Most Bible websites keep comments turned off because…

Torah New Testament

Torah in the New Testament

Part of our Messianic Bible Study Did they keep Torah in the New Testament? Here’s another question: If Jesus came to do away with the law (Torah in Hebrew), why did His followers continue to keep it for literally decades after His resurrection and the day of Pentecost? Jesus (Yeshua in Hebrew) spent as much…

Paul and the law

Paul and the Law

Part of our Messianic Bible Study What is the relationship between Paul and the law? Was Paul against the law? That’s certainly what the church teaches regarding Paul. The problem is that the apostle Paul frequently contradicts himself, at least he seems to. Sometimes he seems to be saying that the law is good and…

Who is Israel?

Who Is Israel?

Part of our Messianic Bible Study   This teaching is available both in video and in written format. Click on the above video to watch it, or continue to read if you’d prefer. Either way, please Like it and share your comments below.   Who or What is Israel? Is it a country in the…

Submit a Torah Teaching

Do you have a Torah teaching? One Torah believes that iron sharpens iron and that all spiritual gifts are given for the building up of the one body of Messiah. Therefore, we welcome your high quality Torah teachings on our website! So if you have a well-written Torah teaching that you believe will build up…

Can Christians eat pork?

Can Christians eat pork?

Part of our Messianic Bible Study Can Christians eat pork? Is eating pork a sin? Did Jesus eat pork? Do Christians have to obey the dietary laws of the Bible? Do the Jewish people follow the laws correctly? Is it healthier for you? Is kosher the same as Biblical? These are common questions many Christians…

Should Christians keep the Sabbath

Should Christians keep the Sabbath?

Part of our Messianic Bible Study Should Christians keep the Sabbath? Is Sunday the Christian Sabbath? Is the way Jewish people keep the Sabbath the Biblical way? Does it matter? The Sabbath (Shabbat in Hebrew and Shabbos in Yiddish) is the seventh day of the week. It is the day that God rested after creating…

Jewish Holidays

Jewish holidays vs. Biblical holidays

Part of our Messianic Bible Study Jewish holidays vs. Biblical holidays: Should Christians keep the Jewish holidays? Are they the same as the Christian holidays? Is either the same as the Biblical holidays? Does it matter? If you’re reading this teaching then you probably already understand two things: 1. The whole Bible is truth and…

Torah definition

Torah Definition

Part of our Messianic Bible Study What is a good and accurate Torah definition? The Torah has several meanings and connotations. (1) It refers to the Hebrew word most often translated as ‘law.’ (2) It is commonly used to describe the first five books of the bible, often referred to by Christians as the Pentateuch…

Want to learn Torah? Start Here

Learn Torah

Part of our Messianic Bible Study   This teaching is available both in video and in written format. Click on the above video to watch it, or continue to read if you’d prefer. Either way, please Like it and share your comments below.   Want to Learn Torah? Start Here Are you new to Torah?…

 

 

About One Torah Ministries

One Torah Ministries-rabbi-bible-studyOne Torah is a ministry of reconciliation between Jewish and Gentile believers in the God of Israel. One Torah believes that there is one law, one faith, one body, one Messiah, and one God.

Believers demonstrate this by loving God and loving one another; and He defines what love is in His law–the Torah.

We believe that we are saved by grace through faith in Jesus (Yeshua in Hebrew)–this is God’s love toward us. But after we are saved, we show our love to God through obedience, which results in abundant life and blessings for us and our families.

The church has the Messiah but has forgotten the Torah. The Jewish people have the Torah but have forgotten the Messiah. Only when this dilemma has been reconciled will we truly be the One people of the God of the Bible.

 

One law for Jews & Gentiles + One faith in Yeshua the Messiah = One people.

 

For the congregation there shall be one rule for the native-born and for the resident foreigner who is living among you; it is an eternal rule throughout your generations. There will be one torah and one rule for you and the resident foreigner who is living among you.  Numbers (Bamidbar) 15:15-16

 

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