Many Messianic believers have become accustomed to use the “standard Jewish” annual cycle of weekly readings from the 5 Books of Moshe, plus extracts from the remainder of the Tanak, coupled perhaps with parallel readings from the B’rit Chadashah. However it seems common cause that, particularly after a few years, the readers or congregation begin to feel that “there’s just so much” in a week’s parasha that there isn’t enough time to study it properly. The more you understand, the more questions you have and the more understanding you seek. This Enquiry arises out of such a situation, and presents some options.
After reading an article, I started thinking about the implications of not doing anything against the evil in this world. By not objecting to certain behavior, we are sanctioning it. What have you done to object to abortion, homosexuality, pornography, drug abuse and all the other things that we know is against Torah, but is now acceptable in our society? How do you fight evil? By doing more good. If there is more good in the world than bad, the world will keep getting better.