Lopez, George; Ajdinovic, Milos; Fakess, Dale
Merkava; Mysticism; Mysticism--Judaism; God; Jesus Christ; Bible. Ezekiel; Heaven; Miracles; John, the Baptist, Saint; Visionaries; Jewish mysticism; Merkavah; Kabbalah; Kabbalist; Jesus; Ezekiel; Heikhalot; Book of Enoch; Watchers; Nephilim; the seventh heaven; Merkavah mysticism; John the Baptist; Divine healers; Online UCF
Kabbalah, properly understood as Jewish mysticism, is an ancient tradition rooted in supernatural encounters with divine beings, and deeply connected with miraculous healing. Question: Was the historical Jesus an ancient Kabbalist of sorts, on his own mystical path, or a down-to-earth teacher of what later became rabbinic Judaism? Brittle answers are easy to come by; it's asking the right questions that raises the bar. Let's take up the challenge in this video presentation and dig a little deeper.
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Merkava; Mysticism; Mysticism--Judaism; God; Jesus Christ; Bible. Ezekiel; Heaven; Miracles; John, the Baptist, Saint; Visionaries; Judaism
Hanson, Kenneth, "Kabbalah and Jesus" (2016). Judaism and Jesus. 5.
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